AON, publication of the new map of political risks

AON has updated its map outlining risks pertaining to terrorism and political violence. With its blend of colors, the new map shows that 12 of the 14 countries in the Middle East still face risks of terrorism.

This is the case of Saudi Arabia whose risk increased from moderate to substantial in 2014. The increase in terrorist acts and involvement of the Kingdom in the war in Yemen is a negative factor. The State of Bahrain also experiencing a growing threat.

Conversely, the United Arab Emirates, Oman, Kuwait and Qatar are exposed to a moderate risk.
The conflicts in Iraq and Syria expose especially Lebanon and Jordan where the risk is greatest. The same finding applies to Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories.

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