• Adelphi Books

    Chapter 3: Power and Authority in Morocco

    17 November 2015. 

    Although Mohammed VI’s response to popular uprisings in 2011 has mostly succeeded, it has revived a persistent question of whether gradual, palace-driven reforms from above can produce tangible institutional change in how power is shared and exercised.

  • Adelphi Books

    Chapter 6: A New Economic Model for North Africa

    17 November 2015. 

    Several of the uprisings in North Africa produced political changes but have yet to foster the kind of economic conditions demonstrators demanded when they took to the streets in late 2010 and 2011.

  • Expert Commentary

    The Week: India's cultural revolution

    25 October 2015.  As the new inheritors of power in India seek their due, they should take care not to weaken institutions, even as these come under new ideological leadership

  • Strategic Survey

    Chapter 4: United States

    15 September 2015. 

    Déjà Vu?
    Government Without Congress
    Beyond the Water’s Edge
    Cold Wars
    Middle Eastern Realignment

  • Strategic Survey

    Chapter 9: Sub-Saharan Africa

    15 September 2015. 

    Nigeria: Elections amid Growing Insurgency
    West Africa’s Ebola Crisis
    Persistent Conflicts in Eastern and Central Africa
    Foreign Military Forces in Africa

  • Strategic Survey

    Chapter 5: Latin America

    15 September 2015. 

    Brazil: Troubled Regional Power
    Cuba: Dawn of a New Age?
    Argentina: End of the Kirchner Era

  • Expert Commentary

    Economic Times: Stringent visa systems and immigration laws are anachronism that must go

    10 September 2015.  By Sanjaya Baru, Director for Geo-Economics and Strategy For a person escaping from persecution or poverty, borders are lines on a paper. How long can nation states deny people the right to free movement across our planet? Even the Universal Declaration of Human Rights recognises only the freedom of movement of people ‘within’ a ‘State’ of which one is a ‘citizen’. It recognises an individual’s ‘right to leave any country’. But...

  • Expert Commentary

    World Economic Forum Agenda: This is how megacities are being held back by violence

    01 July 2015.  By Antonio Sampaio, Research Associate for Security and Development World authorities, mayors and experts are preparing to debate the New Urban Agenda – a discussion that will reach its peak next year at a major UN conference. These leaders carry on their shoulders the hopes and dreams of millions of people living in unsafe and sprawling cities. It has never been more urgent for the international community to tackle rising challenges in the...

  • Geo-economics and Strategy Conferences

    Business Opportunity and Political Risk in Bahrain: Rosamund De Sybel

    06 April 2015. 

    Bahrain India Forum 2015
    Third Session
    Rosamund De Sybel
    Director, K2 Intelligence

  • Geo-economics and Strategy Conferences

    Trends in Gulf Demographics and Labour Migration: Didar Singh

    06 April 2015. 

    Bahrain India Forum 2015
    Second Session
    Dr Didar Singh
    Secretary-General, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry   


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