The list is our attempt to respond to what we see as a relatively underdeveloped marketplace of ideas when it comes to scenario planning for expropriation, unfair regulatory intervention, nationalizations, and resource nationalism events that have an impact on foreign investors in emerging markets.
TODAY: Russia reveals plans to expand in response to NATO buildup, threatens retaliation for further NATO expansion; Russia and US agree on 48 hour ceasefire for Aleppo; Kremlin dismisses MH17 crash report from Britain, which implicates Russian anti-aircraft launcher; Savchenko only to be extradited if sentence upheld in Ukraine.» Read More
TODAY: US Defence Secretary slams Russia’s nuclear ‘sabre-rattling’; NATO prefers to work with Putin than members of his inner circle, says Breedlove; Spain seeking arrest of high-profile Kremlin figures with alleged mafia ties; Estonia concerned over Russia’s violations of its airspace; Japan and Russia continue to push for better ties; Russia hacker fined and sentenced […]» Read More
TODAY: Lavrov and Kerry discuss Syria chaos; Russian fighter jets continue to taunt US navy in Baltic Sea; US weighs in on Reznik case; how will Putin deal with second round of more severe economic problems? Political satire is still alive, but underground; Putin approves new laws to help refugees and the Far East; Global […]» Read More