The outbreak of a new strain of coronavirus in the Chinese city of Wuhan has, like a stone thrown into a pond, created ripples across China and the world with unknown economic and geopolitical consequences.
A visit to South Africa during the elections in Zimbabwe show both the promise of Southern Africa and its ongoing challenges.
Students in IESE’s Global Executive MBA are optimistic but feel that Brexit and Trump’s election are due to not everyone benefitting from globalization.
In addition to government and civil society, business needs to increase its ability to respond to the threat of terrorist attacks against its employees, customers and suppliers and increase its resilience
Syria takes center stage as the world’s current flashpoint as negotiations over its future start and both the U.S. and Russia commit their military to the 4 and a half year old conflict.