Mediation helps start a fragile transition in Sudan
The fall of President Omar al-Bashir in Sudan can be seen as the demise of just another African strongman. Yet in a large state divided along complex ethnic, religious and political lines, his personalized tyranny made political stability possible. Now that is gone and an internationally mediated transition agreement is in place. Yet tensions between the civilian opposition, the military and various regional players suggest that the road ahead may not lead to democracy.
GIS Dossier: Tax reform vs. harmonization
Unraveling the Crimean knot
Belt and Road: The Asian perspective
Opinion: What will Russia do if the U.S. strikes Iran?
A rocky start for “the deal of the century”
Russia’s European future
Global Trends Video Reports
The security risks of 5G
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GIS on target predictions
Regime change in Venezuela: the army will decide when
Drug money keeps Venezuelan military in Maduro’s corner
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Geopolitics are back on the agenda
Due to the fast changing international order geopolitics are back on the agenda. I believe that GIS makes a great contribution with analyses and insights that should help businesses and governments developing their responses.