State Alliance Changes can be complex:
- Bi- and multi-lateral state alliances can change quickly or over longer periods.
- These changes may or not be official or codified.
- The drivers of those changes are often economic (including trade), security and defense, and ideology.
- In our current times, those drivers can also include shifts in perceptions of:
- religion and ethnicity
- unfair competition
- technology misuse
- human rights
- populism and nationalism
- Even individual government leadership and political party changes are causing changes in alliances.
- When states shift (or boldly change) alliances with other states, supply chain, employment, trade and travel issues arise for businesses.
- This can affect all key stakeholders and put your company at risk of damage or failure.
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