The world in times of crises
Forgotten Conflicts: The violent shift of power in Chad in April 2021 and its aftermath
The CONIAS Risk Intelligence Conflict Radar in September 2022
Forgotten Conflicts: OLA/Oromia in Ethiopia
CONIAS Risk Development Report for Africa – June 2022
Update Q2 2022: First results – increase in supply crises
The importance of the duration and frequency of political violence for further analysis
The world can completely change in a matter of weeks
CONIAS Conflict Insights for Afghanistan, Central and Eastern Africa – April 2022
Brief review of the conflict situation in the first quarter of 2022
Suddenly all decisions are political – The market has to react quickly
Forgotten Conflicts: Ethiopia and Eritrea (Tigray/TPLF)
Scenario analysis on the further course of the war in Ukraine
Webinar in German: China’s rise and the strategic challenges for the West
Assessment of the current situation in Ukraine and its potential impact on businesses
Ad hoc update on the international armed conflict in Ukraine
Webinar in German: The Ukraine crisis and its potential impact on companies
Forgotten Conflicts: Intercommunal violence in Nigeria
Forgotten Conflicts: Organized Crime in Madagascar
In the shadow of Corona – 90 forgotten conflicts around the world in 2021
Inflation on the rise – How the devaluation of money exacerbates political crises
CONIAS Security Statement 2021
How much time do you have to react to political risks?
Forgotten Conflicts: Russo-Georgian War 2008
Forgotten Conflicts: Serbian Orthodox Church in Montenegro
Implications of the new Supply Chain Act for the German defense industry
Forgotten Conflicts: Cambodia and Thailand
Strategies for managing long-term risks to the supply chain
Blog-Series: Forgotten Conflicts
Forgotten Conflicts: Chinese Border Disputes
Conflicts in Africa and their relevance in context of the Supply Chain Act
The collapse of Afghanistan – The restart of international terrorism?
Effectively implement requirements of the new German law on corporate due diligence in supply chains
The assessment of political risks – Orientation and security through MBI CONIAS Risk Intelligence
Russia’s troop build-up on the Ukrainian border: Why now?
A war between China and Taiwan? MBI CONIAS early warning indicators point upwards
Was the military coup in Myanmar to be expected?
Political risks are becoming more important – We provide the data on it
The coup – an instrument of power out of fashion
Conflicted Sourcing in a Changing Climate: Business Incentives for Working for Sustainability
New Cars on Old Streets – China’s Silk Road Project
Your supply chain – only as strong as its weakest link
Make your supply chain resilient and adaptable with CONIAS SURE
#Update: Deterioration of Political Risk Index SuRE
India and Pakistan at the Brink of a War: Will new tensions threaten regional stability?
Al-Shabaab Terrorism in Kenya & what it means for political stability
Votes that Matter – What to expect from the 2019 Election Cycle?
Scarce Supply: How to enter Rare Earths Markets in a Sustainable Way?
Ready to Leap, Little Tiger? West Bengal’s Rocky Road to ‘Best Bengal’
A Watershed Moment: Brazil’s 2018 Presidential Elections
India: How to conquer the unpredictable?
Republic of Turkey: Currency and Debt Crisis
9 New Contributions to our Risk Report Series Out Now!
Six new Risk Reports out now!