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Today, global risk analysis company Verisk Maplecroft released the results of its latest Civil Unrest Index Projections. The outlook is not optimistic.

The firm identifies 37 countries that it expects to face major spikes in unrest during the second half of this year. Drivers of this dissension include the growing numbers of unemployed, underpaid, and underfed citizens in these jurisdictions. Covid-19 has routed economies around the world, and Verisk Maplecroft expects the slow and painful recovery to inflame the public’s anger with their governments. This poses “a risk to domestic stability with few parallels in recent decades,” the firm warns.

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