Geopolitics

Geopolitical Supply Chain Rundown- July 16th 2021

It is dangerous to continue business operations in Hong Kong- Biden Warns. The Biden administration has issued a formal warning for U.S. businesses about the dangers of business operations in Hong Kong. Are you wondering why this happened? Let us go down memory lane a little. Shall we?  Last year, China assisted Hong Kong pass …

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Geopolitical Supply Chain Rundown – July 9th 2021

Yay to free trade!  A free trade agreement signed in 2019 between Serbia and the Eurasian Economic Union, will be implemented tomorrow. The trade agreement promotes further economic integration between Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia, Kyrgyzstan. Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.  What makes the agreement special, you may ask? With the agreement, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan will get duty-free access …

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Geopolitical Supply Chain Rundown – July 2nd 2021

Russia and Britain Disagree over Black Sea Activities According to the Russian military, one of its warships fired warning shots, and a warplane dropped bombs to force the British destroyer away from where Moscow claims to be its territory.  According to Russian reports, the British HMS Defender had ignored a notice against intrusion and sailed …

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Geopolitical Supply Chain Rundown- June 4th, 2021

Europe seeks to tackle irregular migration from Africa  Many European countries are looking to deal with irregular and illegal migration from Africa. The Italian Prime minister spoke with his Libyan counterpart to discuss migration and other issues. In Greece, the procedures governing deportations and returning migrants who enter Greece from developing countries will become tighter and …

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Geopolitical Supply Chain Rundown – May 21st 2021

Businesses caught in the geopolitical crossfire as EU calls China’s bluff. The European Parliament has decided to halt the ratifying of a seven-year EU-China investment agreement signed in December. It is another sign of the deteriorating relationship between the EU and China but not surprising to us.  It is becoming more difficult for Beijing to …

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Geopolitical Supply Chain Rundown- May 7th, 2021.

The EU and China’s relationship is growing in distrust.  The Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (CAI) was signed between Europe and China last year. The agreement is intended to increase investment between the EU and China by establishing a legal framework and common rules on issues ranging from state-owned enterprises to subsidy transparency. However, relations between China and …

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Former French Military Officials Sign Threatening Letter to the Federal Government – April 30th

Former French military officials sign threatening letter to the federal government On the 21st of April, twenty former generals and over 1,500 members of the military, police, and gendarmerie signed an open letter asking France’s leaders to eradicate threats and safeguard the nation/ In the letter,they added that failure to do so may call for …

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Demystifying Insurgency and the Boko Haram Supply Chain in Nigeria

Over the course of the last few months, I have been quite interested in the supply chain that embodies Nigeria. It is quite interesting that Nigeria is the largest and the most populous black country in the world as it is estimated that over 200 million people are currently living in it and according to the World Economic Forum’s statistics, Nigeria is on pace to surpass the United States in population and in the next eight years, they are anticipating Nigeria’s population to be about 800 million.

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