Ariane Chapelle, published in Risk Universe. July 2016. Issue number 55.
On the morning of June 24, the UK and a good part of the Western world woke up in shock at the news that, after 43 years of membership, a short majority of 72% of the
Risk.net published yesterday the results of its top risks survey for 2017. Compared to 2016, geopolitical risks comprising mostly the worries and threats felt following the yes referendum to Brexit and the election of Donald Trump is the big entry of the year in fourth
Rise in geopolitical turmoil drives other risk factors, suggests a network analysis of 2017's survey
There are decades where nothing happens, and there are weeks where decades happen, Lenin once observed. A steep rise in uncertainty and instability in the global political order following the
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