The Ten Leading Geopolitical Risks in 2021

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The Leading Geopolitical Risks for 2021
  • The Distracting US Presidential Election: This year’s presidential election in the United States lived up to its expectations in terms of its impact on global stability.

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  • Popular Unrest: The level of popular unrest entering 2020 was high and the pandemic resulted in an even higher level of unrest in many parts of the world. 1623518411177.png

  • China and Hong Kong: China’s crackdown on Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement took place as expected and threatens Hong Kong’s future as an Asian economic hub. 1623518423860.png

  • A Gulf Conflict: The threat of a conflict in the Persian (Arabian) Gulf rose dramatically in early 2020 following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani. 1623518439156.png

  • Cyber Warfare: The massive cyber-attack on many government bodies in the United States and elsewhere in late 2020 highlighted the risk posed by cyber warfare. 1623518450820.png

  • India-Pakistan: Clashes between India and Pakistan were largely verbal in 2020, as India’s biggest threat last year came from neighboring China in the Himalayas. 1623518461797.png

  • More Difficulties for Western Democracy: In addition to the chaotic US election, Western democracy was shaken by Brexit and rising support for populist leaders. 1623518475226.png

  • The Technological Arms Race: The race for technological leadership between the US and China not only intensified, but threatened to leave other powers far behind. 1623518488577.png

  • Latin American Divisions: Latin America’s deep ideological divisions were overshadowed by the devastation wrought on that region by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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  • Protectionism and Isolationism: The pandemic added to the downwards pressure on international trade and investment in 2020.
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The Leading Geopolitical Risks for 2020
  • The Distracting US Presidential Election: This year’s presidential election in the United States lived up to its expectations in terms of its impact on global stability.

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  • Popular Unrest: The level of popular unrest entering 2020 was high and the pandemic resulted in an even higher level of unrest in many parts of the world.View attachment 2345

  • China and Hong Kong: China’s crackdown on Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement took place as expected and threatens Hong Kong’s future as an Asian economic hub.View attachment 2346

  • A Gulf Conflict: The threat of a conflict in the Persian (Arabian) Gulf rose dramatically in early 2020 following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.View attachment 2347

  • Cyber Warfare: The massive cyber-attack on many government bodies in the United States and elsewhere in late 2020 highlighted the risk posed by cyber warfare.View attachment 2348

  • India-Pakistan: Clashes between India and Pakistan were largely verbal in 2020, as India’s biggest threat last year came from neighboring China in the Himalayas.View attachment 2349

  • More Difficulties for Western Democracy: In addition to the chaotic US election, Western democracy was shaken by Brexit and rising support for populist leaders.View attachment 2350

  • The Technological Arms Race: The race for technological leadership between the US and China not only intensified, but threatened to leave other powers far behind.View attachment 2351

  • Latin American Divisions: Latin America’s deep ideological divisions were overshadowed by the devastation wrought on that region by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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  • Protectionism and Isolationism: The pandemic added to the downwards pressure on international trade and investment in 2020.
  • View attachment 2353
Truskan bgi info mcm ni. Sng tau info smasa.. Thanks sharing!
 
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The Leading Geopolitical Risks for 2021
  • The Distracting US Presidential Election: This year’s presidential election in the United States lived up to its expectations in terms of its impact on global stability.

View attachment 2344

  • Popular Unrest: The level of popular unrest entering 2020 was high and the pandemic resulted in an even higher level of unrest in many parts of the world.View attachment 2345

  • China and Hong Kong: China’s crackdown on Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement took place as expected and threatens Hong Kong’s future as an Asian economic hub.View attachment 2346

  • A Gulf Conflict: The threat of a conflict in the Persian (Arabian) Gulf rose dramatically in early 2020 following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.View attachment 2347

  • Cyber Warfare: The massive cyber-attack on many government bodies in the United States and elsewhere in late 2020 highlighted the risk posed by cyber warfare.View attachment 2348

  • India-Pakistan: Clashes between India and Pakistan were largely verbal in 2020, as India’s biggest threat last year came from neighboring China in the Himalayas.View attachment 2349

  • More Difficulties for Western Democracy: In addition to the chaotic US election, Western democracy was shaken by Brexit and rising support for populist leaders.View attachment 2350

  • The Technological Arms Race: The race for technological leadership between the US and China not only intensified, but threatened to leave other powers far behind.View attachment 2351

  • Latin American Divisions: Latin America’s deep ideological divisions were overshadowed by the devastation wrought on that region by the Covid-19 pandemic.

View attachment 2352

  • Protectionism and Isolationism: The pandemic added to the downwards pressure on international trade and investment in 2020.
  • View attachment 2353
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The Leading Geopolitical Risks for 2021
  • The Distracting US Presidential Election: This year’s presidential election in the United States lived up to its expectations in terms of its impact on global stability.

View attachment 2344

  • Popular Unrest: The level of popular unrest entering 2020 was high and the pandemic resulted in an even higher level of unrest in many parts of the world.View attachment 2345

  • China and Hong Kong: China’s crackdown on Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement took place as expected and threatens Hong Kong’s future as an Asian economic hub.View attachment 2346

  • A Gulf Conflict: The threat of a conflict in the Persian (Arabian) Gulf rose dramatically in early 2020 following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.View attachment 2347

  • Cyber Warfare: The massive cyber-attack on many government bodies in the United States and elsewhere in late 2020 highlighted the risk posed by cyber warfare.View attachment 2348

  • India-Pakistan: Clashes between India and Pakistan were largely verbal in 2020, as India’s biggest threat last year came from neighboring China in the Himalayas.View attachment 2349

  • More Difficulties for Western Democracy: In addition to the chaotic US election, Western democracy was shaken by Brexit and rising support for populist leaders.View attachment 2350

  • The Technological Arms Race: The race for technological leadership between the US and China not only intensified, but threatened to leave other powers far behind.View attachment 2351

  • Latin American Divisions: Latin America’s deep ideological divisions were overshadowed by the devastation wrought on that region by the Covid-19 pandemic.

View attachment 2352

  • Protectionism and Isolationism: The pandemic added to the downwards pressure on international trade and investment in 2020.
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The Leading Geopolitical Risks for 2021
  • The Distracting US Presidential Election: This year’s presidential election in the United States lived up to its expectations in terms of its impact on global stability.

View attachment 2344

  • Popular Unrest: The level of popular unrest entering 2020 was high and the pandemic resulted in an even higher level of unrest in many parts of the world.View attachment 2345

  • China and Hong Kong: China’s crackdown on Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement took place as expected and threatens Hong Kong’s future as an Asian economic hub.View attachment 2346

  • A Gulf Conflict: The threat of a conflict in the Persian (Arabian) Gulf rose dramatically in early 2020 following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.View attachment 2347

  • Cyber Warfare: The massive cyber-attack on many government bodies in the United States and elsewhere in late 2020 highlighted the risk posed by cyber warfare.View attachment 2348

  • India-Pakistan: Clashes between India and Pakistan were largely verbal in 2020, as India’s biggest threat last year came from neighboring China in the Himalayas.View attachment 2349

  • More Difficulties for Western Democracy: In addition to the chaotic US election, Western democracy was shaken by Brexit and rising support for populist leaders.View attachment 2350

  • The Technological Arms Race: The race for technological leadership between the US and China not only intensified, but threatened to leave other powers far behind.View attachment 2351

  • Latin American Divisions: Latin America’s deep ideological divisions were overshadowed by the devastation wrought on that region by the Covid-19 pandemic.

View attachment 2352

  • Protectionism and Isolationism: The pandemic added to the downwards pressure on international trade and investment in 2020.
  • View attachment 2353
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The Leading Geopolitical Risks for 2021
  • The Distracting US Presidential Election: This year’s presidential election in the United States lived up to its expectations in terms of its impact on global stability.

View attachment 2344

  • Popular Unrest: The level of popular unrest entering 2020 was high and the pandemic resulted in an even higher level of unrest in many parts of the world.View attachment 2345

  • China and Hong Kong: China’s crackdown on Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement took place as expected and threatens Hong Kong’s future as an Asian economic hub.View attachment 2346

  • A Gulf Conflict: The threat of a conflict in the Persian (Arabian) Gulf rose dramatically in early 2020 following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.View attachment 2347

  • Cyber Warfare: The massive cyber-attack on many government bodies in the United States and elsewhere in late 2020 highlighted the risk posed by cyber warfare.View attachment 2348

  • India-Pakistan: Clashes between India and Pakistan were largely verbal in 2020, as India’s biggest threat last year came from neighboring China in the Himalayas.View attachment 2349

  • More Difficulties for Western Democracy: In addition to the chaotic US election, Western democracy was shaken by Brexit and rising support for populist leaders.View attachment 2350

  • The Technological Arms Race: The race for technological leadership between the US and China not only intensified, but threatened to leave other powers far behind.View attachment 2351

  • Latin American Divisions: Latin America’s deep ideological divisions were overshadowed by the devastation wrought on that region by the Covid-19 pandemic.

View attachment 2352

  • Protectionism and Isolationism: The pandemic added to the downwards pressure on international trade and investment in 2020.
  • View attachment 2353
Sambil² belajar boleh rehat kejap baca info yang saya baca dalam hati seakan pembaca berita ni. Thread seakan news macam ni simple. Kalau boleh letak sumber sekali 💪
 
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