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the son of a dentist and a psychiatrist..VIEW MOREFacebook1 of 6Markets are soaring but divisions are deepening among citizens of both developed and developing countries Liberal democracy currently has less legitimacy than at any time since World War II and the global order is unraveling There has been plenty of turmoil in international politics over the past 20 years but 2018 looks especially ripe for an unexpected crisisthe geopolitical equivalent of the 2008 financial meltdown The risk of a "geopolitical depression" forms the backdrop for the top 10 risks of 2018 according to the Eurasia Group the political risk consultancy I founded and oversee As usual there are a few “red herrings” or risks we think are less than meet the eye 1 China rising At a moment of policy incoherence in Washington Chinas government has redefined the countrys external environment set new rules within it developed the worlds most effective global trade and investment strategy and uses Chinese tech companies to advance state interests Beijing invests and extends its influence by promising non-interference in the political and economic lives of other countries which are now more likely to align with and imitate China The global business environment must adapt to new sets of rules standards and practices US-China conflict particularly on trade will become more likely in 2018 2 Room for accidents Theres been no major geopolitical crisis since 9/11 but there are now many places where a misstep or misjudgment could provoke serious international conflict The likeliest risk of accident comes from competition and conflict in cyberspace the fight over North Korea battlefield slip-ups in Syria growing US-Russia tension and the dispersal of ISIS fighters from Syria and Iraq 3 The tech Cold War The worlds biggest fight over economic power centers on development of new information technologies The US and China will compete to master artificial intelligence and supercomputing and will battle for market dominance Governments in Africa India Brazil and even in Europe must decide whom to trust and whose products and standards to embrace Fragmentation of the tech commons creates both market and security risks particularly as domestic companies battle global viruses 4 Mexico’s moment 2018 will be a defining year for Mexico as NAFTA renegotiation comes to a head and voters choose a new president A collapse of NAFTA talks will not kill the deal but uncertainty over its future will disproportionately harm the Mexican economy given the countrys deep reliance on US trade For the July 1 presidential election public anger at government is running high thanks to high-profile corruption cases drug gangs and sluggish growth Demand for change favors Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador who represents a fundamental break with investor-friendly economic policies 5 US-Iran tensions Donald Trump has it in for Iran The nuclear deal will probably survive 2018 but theres a substantial chance that it wont Trump will support Saudi Arabia and work to contain Iran in Syria Iraq Lebanon and Yemen The US will more frequently sanction Iran for ballistic missile tests perceived support for terrorism and human rights violations Iran will push back If the nuclear deal fails Iran would ramp up its nuclear program and the threat of US and/or Israeli strikes would again hang over the region 6 Institutions eroding Governments political parties courts the media and financial institutions which support and sustain peace and prosperity continue to lose the public credibility on which their legitimacy depends In 2018 the populism apparent in the Brexit vote and election of Donald Trump will create a toxic anti-establishment populism in developing countries as well 7 The new protectionism The rise of anti-establishment movements in developed markets has forced policymakers to shift toward a more zero-sum approach to global economic competition As a result walls are going up Protectionism 20 creates barriers in the digital economy and innovation-intensive industries not just manufacturing and agriculture New barriers are less visible: Instead of import tariffs and quotas todays tools of choice include "behind-the-border" measures such as bailouts subsidies and "buy local" requirements 8 British brawls Britain faces both acrimonious Brexit negotiations and the risk of domestic political turmoil On Brexit the principle that "nothing is agreed until everything is agreed" will encourage endless fights over details between and within the two sides On domestic politics management of Brexit could cost Prime Minister May her job If so she will likely be replaced by a more hardline Tory figure significantly complicating the Article 50 negotiations Or Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn will replace her after a new election 9 Identity politics in Southern Asia Islamism in parts of Southeast Asia fuels local forms of populism most prominently in Indonesia and Malaysia Resentment of ethnic Chinese who hold a disproportionate share of wealth in several countries has made a strong recent comeback particularly in Indonesia Persecution of Myanmars minority Muslim Rohingya has triggered a humanitarian crisis In India Prime Minister Modi may use nationalism to consolidate support ahead of the 2019 election giving cover to radicalized elements of society who want to target Muslims and lower-caste Hindus 10 Africas security In 2018 negative spillover from Africas unstable periphery (Mali South Sudan Somalia) will spill over into core countries (Cote dIvoire Nigeria Kenya Ethiopia) The principle threats come from militancy and terrorism Foreign partners who have helped stabilize weak governments in the past are distracted Kenya Nigeria Uganda and Ethiopia face increased security costs at a time when their governments need to reduce spending and attacks would undermine foreign investor sentiment Red herrings A besieged Trump administration has little ability to enact destabilizing or any other kind of policies The Eurozone will shrug off political risk in 2018 Venezuelas political conflict appears frozen as President Maduro proves surprisingly resilient Contact us at [email protected] U-23 team escaped plane crash while travelling to Gambia on Sunday morning as part of preparations for the African U-23 Championship billed for Senegal The Dream Team VI opted for the West African country after the initial trip to Morocco was cancelled due to visa issues Goal reports A senior official of the team said the pilot of the Arik Aircraft made an emergency landing in Accra Ghana due to technical problems “Thank God for his goodness and his mercies that we escaped a plane crash on our way to Gambia The pilot had to make an emergency landing in Accra and we are still in Accra” the official told Goal “We are still stranded here and we are yet to get any news from Arik officials” The team is likely to depart Accra on Sunday evening after the Nigeria Football Federation came up with new travel plans "We committed to moving forward with an open hearing on Thursday Sept 27 at 10 am,"I would advise the president to let us handle this, always completely comfortable in front of a crowd. the older teenager who would play ball with the younger kids and try to keep them safe from trouble. will be announced at a coronation ceremony Tuesday in the school’s new gymnasium. 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