Monitoring & Risk Analysis Map

SpecialEurasia Monitoring & Risk Analysis Map (Credits: SpecialEurasia, Map Author: Giuliano Bifolchi)

At SpecialEurasia, we consider fundamental our Monitoring & Risk Analysis map that underlines the Geopolitical Risk Level for each country linked to our monitoring articles, reports and special projects.

A risk analysis map, also known as a risk matrix, is a tool that can help organisations classify and prioritise risks according to likelihood and potential impact. Our Monitoring & Risk Analysis map allows organisations quickly recognise which countries and regions we consider having low-risk levels (green), medium-risk levels (yellow) and high-risk levels (red). Simultaneously, we highlight which topics or issues our team monitors and which trends to pay attention to. This allows organisations to focus their risk management efforts on the most critical risks.

The benefit of a risk analysis map is that it provides a visual representation of the risk landscape. By plotting risks on the matrix, organisations can quickly identify those that are high priorities and those that are lower priorities. This can help institutions allocate resources more effectively and efficiently to manage risk.

Since risks constantly evolve, SpecialEurasia regularly reviews its Monitoring & Risk Analysis Map to help organisations stay on top of emerging risks and be better prepared for potential threats and opportunities.

However, a risk analysis map is only one tool in the risk management toolkit. Organisations might also rely on SpecialEurasia consulting services such as country risk analysis reports, geopolitical forecasting, emerging market analysis, due diligence, specialised newsletters and dossiers, training and courses formula one-to-one.

For further information about our tailored maps, projects, and activities, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at

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