IHS Country Risk Quarterly

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Nigeria: The escalation of Boko Haram threat
South Africa: Political dynamics and business outlook for the next five years
Catalonia: Implications of potential secession from Spain
Global Energy Security: Local drivers of local problems
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IHS Country Risk

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Drawing on the intelligence and analytics we deliver every day to our clients, the Country Risk Quarterly is made available to our wider community. It introduces new methodologies and showcases new ways of looking at risk.

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  • The Summer 2014 edition of the IHS Country Risk Quarterly includes:

    Nigeria

    Nigeria: The escalation of Boko Haram threat
    Martin Roberts forecasts the threat posed by Boko Haram and its probable impact ahead of the general election scheduled for February 2015.
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    South Africa

    South Africa: Political dynamics and business outlook for the next five years
    Robert Besseling provides the outlook for the African National Congress (ANC)-led government and the challenges in implementing its ambitious macroeconomic plan.
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    Catalonia

    Catalonia: Implications of potential secession from Spain
    Brian Lawson examines how the 9 November 2014 referendum on Catalonia’s independence will transform local Catalan and national political dynamics and the potential implications of a unilateral declaration of independence.
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    Global Energy

    Global Energy Security: Local drivers of local problems
    As a strategic asset, oil and gas infrastructure will always be an attractive target for individuals and groups with a grievance they want to make known. Richard Jackson discusses why understanding different motivations behind energy asset attacks is key to formulating risk mitigation strategies.
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