The Vulnerability of Elites: WEF Global Agenda Council publishes a report on geopolitical risk in 2013
22 January 2013 This report by the Global Agenda Council (GAC) on Geopolitical Risk of the World Economic Forum says as regional concerns trump global challenges, elites are becoming increasingly vulnerable.
07 January 2013 Top Risks identifies the upcoming year's key geopolitical areas to watch for global investors and market participants.
12 November 2012 Co-edited by Ian Bremmer and Douglas Rediker, this e-book explores the most volatile and powerful global geopolitical issues, and provides a template to understand how they will change our world in the next few years.
18 October 2012 Our Emerging Markets Strategy group will identify critical political risk themes that cut across the entire EM space and provide a comparative and holistic approach to EMs that places politics at the center of analysis.
16 July 2012 Eurasia Group's US practice will provide clients with the tools they need to anticipate US domestic political risk and to deepen their understanding of the impact of US foreign and trade policies on every region of the world.
04 June 2012 Eurasia Group is proud to announce the opening of our new global headquarters at 149 Fifth Avenue in New York's historic Flatiron district.
31 January 2012 Eurasia Group is pleased to announce that David Sloan joined the firm today as Director, Asia. Based in Washington, DC, Mr. Sloan will head the company's Asia practice group.
03 January 2012 Top Risks identifies the upcoming year's key geopolitical areas to watch for global investors and market participants.
11 October 2011 'We are delighted to welcome Crispin back to the firm,' Ian Bremmer, Eurasia Group's president, said. 'We look forward to his insight and leadership in guiding our coverage of this important region, which has seen transformational change in the past year.'
The Middle East: a shift in regional equilibrium presents new opportunities, says the WEF Global Agenda Council
07 October 2011 This report by the Global Agenda Council on Geopolitical Risk of the World Economic Forum says a shift in the Middle East following the Arab Spring presents new roles for regional players as well as strategic opportunities for the US and Europe.
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