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The following sources offer valuable data for your framework to analyze political risk analysis.
- Adam Carr – Psephos Adam Carr’s Election Archive
- Amnesty International – Countries
- BBC News – BBC News Country Profiles
- Center for Global Policy – Global Report 2017: Conflict, Governance and State Fragility
- CIA – CIA World Factbook
- Freedom House – Freedom in the World 2018
- Heidelberger Institut für Internationale Konfliktforschung – Conflict Barometer 2017
- Human Rights Watch – World Report 2018
- International Crisis Group – CrisisWatch
- Inter-Parliamentary Union – PARLINE database on national parliaments
- RULERS – Heads of state and heads of government
- Visions of Humanity – Global Peace Index 2017
This post is part of our series of posts with similar themes:
- Our Framework of Country Risk Concepts
- Our Framework of Country Risk Indicators
- Our Template for Country Risk Reports
- How do you select Country Risk Indicators?
- What do your Country Risk Indicators mean?
- How do you find Country Risk Data?
- Free E-Book about Country Risk Analysis
- How do you become Country Risk Analyst?
- Framing China as Large Export Market
- A Flexible Tool for Impact Assessment of Political Risk Indicators (by Gaia Verhulst)
- Interview with Kai Gehring: Rating Agencies, Sovereign Ratings and the Home Bias
- Macro-Economic Risk Indicators [Reading List]
- Political Risk Analysis [Reading List]
- Political Risk Data [Reading List]
- Political Risk Indicators [Reading List]
- Sovereign Risk Ratings, Government Debt Defaults and Emerging Market Bond Spreads [Reading List]
- Transfer Risk Definition, Methodology and Ratings [Reading List]