Posts for Global Partnership

The African Year in 2017

Tuesday, 24th January 2017

What are the themes and trends that will be shaping the operating environment in Africa in 2017? Our partner, The African Practice, have provided us with some insight. Read more...

Views on Brexit: Italy

Monday, 09th January 2017

The new Italian Government headed by Gentiloni strongly favours European integration, will this impact the Italian reaction to Brexit? Our partner FB & Associati tell us what they think. Read more...

2017 and 2018: Where is Brazil going?

Friday, 06th January 2017

It is not possible to talk about Brazil's prospects for 2017 and 2018 without taking into account the main developments from previous years that have led to the current big economic and political challenges.
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Views on Brexit: The Czech Republic

Tuesday, 03rd January 2017

As we welcome 2017, and with only 3 months to go until the projected triggering of Article 50, we continue with our views on Brexit series with a look at the reaction in the Czech Republic from our partner CEC Government Relations. Read more...

Italy’s new Gentiloni Government

Wednesday, 14th December 2016

The third and final instalment from our Partner, FB & Associati, looks at the varied backgrounds of Italy's new Government, headed by new Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni. Read more...

The challenges ahead for Italy

Thursday, 08th December 2016

Our Italian partner FB & Associati provide an update on the current political situation now that Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has resigned. Read more...

President-elect Donald J. Trump: What’s Next for the U.S. and the World?

Thursday, 10th November 2016

The stunning election of Donald Trump to become the 45th President of the United States of America brings to a close more than 18 months of an unprecedented and very unconventional presidential campaign. This victory now promises to open a new era of what many expect to be a very unprecedented and unconventional presidency. What’s next for the U.S., and indeed the world? Read more...

‘Brexit: Irish eyes aren’t smiling….’

Thursday, 10th November 2016

So, I had a whole article ready to go on Ireland’s attitude to Brexit and the implications at a political, economic and even cultural level and then the High Court in London made its ruling…..crikey, talk about a roller coaster ride with a public policy issue…
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