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Global Risk Insights

Global Risk Insights

Contributor since: 13 Aug 2013

Global Risk Insights

GlobalRiskInsights.com provides the web’s best political risk analysis for businesses and investors. Our contributors are some of the brightest minds in economics, politics, finance, and international affairs. Our goal is to help individuals and corporations analyze and understand the politics of doing business so that they can make better informed decisions about their economic activities in every corner of the world. Any questions, comments or enquiries can be directed to email.

Latest articles from Global Risk Insights

  • Russia To Outperform China And Outlive Sanctions In 2017

    Published 04 January 2017 | viewed 11,306 times

    A very busy year The last year was kind to Rosneft. Even with continuous low oil prices and the Western sanctions, the Russian state-owned oil…

  • How Long Can OPEC Remain United For?

    Published 11 December 2016 | viewed 8,547 times

    As the core international group of oil exporters, OPEC announced last Wednesday the first production limits since the 2008 financial crisis. Cuts had long been…

  • How Hard Has The Oil Crash Hit Africa?

    Published 23 November 2016 | viewed 12,421 times

    The dramatic fall in oil prices over the last two years has sent shockwaves throughout Africa. From a high of $115 a barrel in June…

  • Russian Coal Fights For Survival

    Published 19 November 2016 | viewed 15,516 times

    Coal was meant to help build Siberia and the Far East. Russia’s national energy strategy of 2012 aimed to match Soviet levels of coal production…

  • Russia Strengthens Energy Ties With India

    Published 29 October 2016 | viewed 10,871 times

    Tanker diplomacy In conjunction with the Dutch oil firm Trafigura and Russian fund United Capital Partners (UCP), the Russian state oil firm Rosneft closed a…

  • Lukoil Is Driving Diplomacy Between Russia And Iran

    Published 15 October 2016 | viewed 10,435 times

    A long summer On September 17th, Iran’s parliament endorsed a new Petroleum Contract put forward by the energy ministry and the cabinet. The coming weeks…

  • A Geopolitical Storm Is Brewing Over Libyan Oil

    Published 08 October 2016 | viewed 15,042 times

    On September 11th, Libyan National Army (LNA) forces under General Khalifa Haftar launched an offensive on the oil facilities in Ras Lanuf, al-Sidr, Az-Zuwaytinah, and…

  • Why Is India Holding Out On The Paris Climate Agreement?

    Published 01 October 2016 | viewed 10,091 times

    In setting out the framework for greenhouse gas emissions reduction worldwide beyond 2020, the agreement reached by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change…

  • Why Russia And China Are Intent On Salvaging Syria’s Economy

    Published 15 September 2016 | viewed 24,133 times

    An economy in ruins More than five years of armed conflict has had a catastrophic impact on the Syrian economy. National GDP has plummeted to…

  • How Uncertainty In Uzbekistan Threatens China’s Energy Security

    Published 03 September 2016 | viewed 26,180 times

    Following reports of a stroke, a global guessing game has ensued, with observers uncertain as to the status of Uzbekistan’s president, Islam Karimov. While rumours…

  • Why An OPEC Production Cap is Unlikely

    Published 16 August 2016 | viewed 10,318 times

    Global oil markets have become volatile once more as the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) announced on August 8 that they will hold informal…

  • Why Libyan Oil Is Unlikely To Return In The Short-Term

    Published 24 July 2016 | viewed 6,392 times

    On the surface, the announcement to unify Libya’s contending National Oil Corporations (NOCs) on 2nd July greenlights a turn towards the restoration of the oil…

  • Kazakhstan Moves Towards Becoming A Top 10 Oil Producer

    Published 24 July 2016 | viewed 22,054 times

    Recently, a group of oil companies led by Chevron announced a $36.8 billion investment deal for the development of Kazakhstan’s Tengiz oil field. The sizable…

  • Who Really Won The Oil Price War?

    Published 18 July 2016 | viewed 24,567 times

    The rise in oil prices over the past six months has come as a blessing for the battered U.S. shale producers. Oil prices have risen…

  • Tensions Between India And Pakistan May Rise Over Nuclear Deal

    Published 04 July 2016 | viewed 13,753 times

    Nuclear Suppliers Group backgrounder At the recent visit of India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the U.S. in May 2016, the closer relationship between the…

  • Giant Helium Find May Spell Trouble For Tanzania

    Published 02 July 2016 | viewed 31,403 times

    The discovery of a massive helium deposit in Tanzania this week has excited both scientists and mining experts, yet for all its potential this new…

  • Russia-German Pipeline May Break Europe’s Energy Union

    Published 25 June 2016 | viewed 30,194 times

    In March, nine Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) European Union member states sent a letter to European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker objecting to the construction…

  • Renewables Revolution Reaching New Heights In 2016

    Published 21 June 2016 | viewed 8,556 times

    The global oil price slump has dominated the news for months, as exporting nations and energy companies worry about losses. Low prices are affecting both…

  • Why China’s Energy Deregulation Is More Important Than The Aramco IPO

    Published 20 June 2016 | viewed 11,739 times

    In recent years, images of China’s rapid industrialization have become all too familiar: from enormous factories, and infrastructure projects, to the ubiquitous smokestacks of the…

  • Iran And India Risk Regional Backlash Following Latest Investment Deal

    Published 11 June 2016 | viewed 9,011 times

    Following the landmark nuclear arms deal Iran signed with key Western powers earlier this year, investors have been lining up to mend ties with the…

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