SIM Report: Mexico’s government accuses fashion giants of cultural appropriation
June 10, 2021

SIM Report: Mexico’s government accuses fashion giants of cultural appropriation

This Sub-Regional Intelligence Monitor (SIM) report analyses the implications of Mexican government claims of cultural appropriation by fashion brands and designers.

SIM REPORT: PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IN IRAN; ULTRACONSERVATIVE CLERIC EXPECTED TO WIN
June 10, 2021

SIM REPORT: PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IN IRAN; ULTRACONSERVATIVE CLERIC EXPECTED TO WIN

This Middle East and Central Asia Sub-Regional Intelligence Monitor (SIM) report looks at the implications of Iran's presidential elections amid the expectation of a hardline victory. 
HONG KONG MONITOR  4 June 2021
June 4, 2021

HONG KONG MONITOR 4 June 2021

Activists gather at Victoria Park for Tiananmen Square vigil despite police ban; government encroaches on data privacy with new SIM registration rule; COVID-19 outbreak in Guangdong impacts travel to Hong Kong; tensions with the UK rising over allegations of mistreatment of British citizens held in Hong Kong police custody. We assess the threats and developments that impact organisations in the week ahead.

SIM Report: Natural gas plans in Mozambique's Cabo Delgado are running out of steam
June 2, 2021

SIM Report: Natural gas plans in Mozambique's Cabo Delgado are running out of steam

An assessment of long-term implications on Mozambique's natural gas industry in Cabo Delgado following the March 2020 assault on Palma. 
 GEOPOLITICAL AND CYBERSECURITY RISK WEEKLY BRIEF 1 JUNE 2021
May 31, 2021

GEOPOLITICAL AND CYBERSECURITY RISK WEEKLY BRIEF 1 JUNE 2021

Our Geopolitical and Cybersecurity Risk Weekly Brief, a joint report with our partners from Cyjax, covers: 
  • Attacks and cybersecurity news
  • Data breaches, fraud and vulnerabilities
  • APT activity and malware campaigns
  • Geopolitical threats and impacts

SIM Report: University opposition unlikely to mark major shift in Hungary-China relations
May 28, 2021

SIM Report: University opposition unlikely to mark major shift in Hungary-China relations

Our latest Central & Eastern Europe SIM examines what local opposition to a new university campus means for China-Hungary relations and Poland's refusal to comply with a CJEU ruling on the Túrow lignite mine.
SIM Report: US accelerates coronavirus vaccine exports, prioritises neighbours
May 27, 2021

SIM Report: US accelerates coronavirus vaccine exports, prioritises neighbours

This Sub-Regional Intelligence Monitor (SIM) report examines the implications of US coronavirus vaccine exports.


 GEOPOLITICAL AND CYBERSECURITY RISK WEEKLY BRIEF 24 MAY 2021
May 24, 2021

GEOPOLITICAL AND CYBERSECURITY RISK WEEKLY BRIEF 24 MAY 2021

Our Geopolitical and Cybersecurity Risk Weekly Brief, a joint report with our partners from Cyjax, covers: 
  • Attacks and cybersecurity news
  • Data breaches, fraud and vulnerabilities
  • APT activity and malware campaigns
  • Geopolitical threats and impacts

SIM REPORT:  EARLY LEGISLATIVE ELECTIONS IN ALGERIA SLATED FOR 12 JUNE AMID REINVIGORATED HIRAK PROTESTS
May 24, 2021

SIM REPORT: EARLY LEGISLATIVE ELECTIONS IN ALGERIA SLATED FOR 12 JUNE AMID REINVIGORATED HIRAK PROTESTS

This North Africa Sub-Regional Intelligence Monitor (SIM) report looks at upcoming legislative elections in Algeria in June and ongoing Hirak protests.