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Where is the confrontation with ISIS headed, and will that conflict expand more globally via returning fighters? Is this the year Iran might be “open for business” to more global players? What will be the impact of ongoing Russian sanctions, and Russia’s own “pivot to Asia”? To what extent will the 2016 U.S. elections impact global investment and trade?

Broadly, what lies ahead in 2015 from a geopolitical perspective, and how can business leaders best assess and mitigate the risks to their operations?

Control Risks’ Managing Director for Global Risk Analysis, Mr Michael Moran, discussed geopolitical trends and shifts in the global energy security landscape, and the political and business implications for the year ahead.

On the panel of discussion, we had the great pleasure to welcome Mr Wouter Van Wersch, Senior Vice President East Asia Pacific for Alstom International & President of Alstom Singapore, as well as Mr Joseph Chinyong Liow, Senior Fellow and the inaugural Lee Kuan Yew Chair in Southeast Asia Studies, Brookings Institution, Washington DC. The esteemed Mr Teymoor Nabili, Presenter / Executive Editor for ChannelNewsAsia, was present to moderate the discussion.

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