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Good political and strategic risk analysis is an essential part of today???s management tool kit, particularly in the developing world, where political and security disruptions often constitute the primary enterprise risk. This is especially so in the emerging and increasingly integrated Indo-Pacific region, which contains nine of the ten fastest growing economies and is of crucial importance to international financial markets and the global economy. This course encourages you to think critically about political and strategic risk and how to develop strategies for managing such risk and exploiting the commercial opportunities. You will also learn from leading practitioners how to evaluate risk factors ranging from cyber vulnerabilities to terrorism, pandemics and economic sanctions while appreciating the importance of protecting critical national infrastructure and assessing country risk.