No Waves Created in U.S. Foreign and Trade Policy

Foreign policy was not a determining factor in the U.S. midterm elections. The outcome is unlikely to shift the international priorities of the Biden administration as it confronts a fractured geopolitical landscape in 2023. In this article, we examine the midterm elections results’ implications for U.S. foreign policy. […]

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A Six Country Survey: Public and Employee Expectations of Business Amid War In Ukraine

Our Geopolitical Strategy & Risk Group, in partnership with KRC Research, conducted a public opinion poll in six countries to uncover how the public and employees expect business leaders to take action amid the war in Ukraine, as well as long-term geopolitical issues. […]

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Anticipating the Year Ahead: Global Events in Watch in 2022

As the world enters a new year, continued uncertainty over the path of the global COVID-19 pandemic, an evolving set of economic challenges, rising political and social unrest and the prospect of geopolitical conflicts that could disrupt business and international relations persist. Going into 2022, we’re keeping our eyes on several key issues and events. […]

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