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Delivering actionable expert analysis for a client operating in the Gulf region after Houthi attacks
Years of civil unrest in Yemen, as the government and Houthi forces battle for control, has caused deep instability in the wider region, as well as the world’s largest humanitarian crisis in Yemen itself. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have backed the government forces, causing the Iran-backed Houthi militia to launch attacks against both countries.
Up-to-the-minute travel risk analysis for a consulting firm during a violent uprising in Iraq
On the 29th of August 2022, influential Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr announced his resignation from Iraqi politics, with huge repercussions across the country. Al-Sadr wields great power in Iraq and has previously sparked months of mass protests. In 2005, an estimated 100,000 Iraqis marched in support of al-Sadr, demonstrating the breadth of his influence – and the depth of the potential chaos his supporters can cause.
Delivering bespoke and contextual risk analysis for a client in KSA after the Houthi drone attack
Running operations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) requires careful decision-making about operational risks, staff safety, and security.
Risk analysis for employee safety and business continuity during student protests in Nigeria
Nigeria can be a challenging operating environment for businesses for many reasons, but university students probably don’t spring to mind as a major concern. Recent student protests, however, have caused major upheaval and disruption, and we have worked with clients in the last 12 months to assess the risks and make mitigating decisions.
Afghanistan, One Year since Taliban Takeover
August 15, 2022 marks the first year since the Taliban takeover. In its first year of governance the Taliban regime, or the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA), has encountered difficulty gaining legitimacy domestically. Internal frictions have hampered the IEA’s ability to get international recognition required for post-conflict reconstruction.
Enterprise Resilience: Preparing for and Mitigating Crises
Importance of business resilience, the correlation between continuity and resilience and steps to take to strengthen resilience in your organization.