Iran’s stakes in Syria
While Iran is not responsible for the outbreak of the Syrian civil war, Tehran has exploited the situation to its advantage. Iran has injected tens of thousands of pro-regime fighters into the country, keeping President al-Assad in power. The resulting security uncertainty has compounded Syria’s economic woes, scaring investors away.
Sahel terrorism: The EU strives to avoid another Afghanistan
European gas crisis – the new normal
Europe’s post-Covid divide
Opinion: Biden and Xi signal a new, less combative approach
Georgia’s waning faith in its pro-Western orientation
The UK plays the long game in relations with the U.S.
Fuel for realism: The future of oil and gas
Explore regions, sectors, subjects
GIS on target predictions
Trouble for China’s economy
China: Bureaucrats crack under pressure
GIS value proven by clients
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.