Global Kidnap for Ransom Insight Report – November 2020

This issue of Constellis’ Kidnap for Ransom Insight Report covers global kidnapping incidents and trends for the months of September, October and November 2020. The information is derived from multi-source analysis of kidnap for ransom activity and where known, the outcome or resolution of the events. The report covers current kidnap for ransom hotspots at regional, national and provincial levels, with a particular focus on areas where kidnap for ransom activity is increasing.

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Global Kidnap for Ransom Report – September 2020

This issue of Constellis’ Kidnap for Ransom Insight Report covers global kidnapping incidents and trends for the months of July, August and September 2020. Its Focus Article examines the subject of fixated threat, exploring what motivates individuals to intrude upon and threaten people in the public eye, including the leadership and employees of prominent companies.

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Mali Coup Situation Report – August 2020

On 18 August 2020, elements of the Malian Armed Forces began a mutiny, later taking the President hostage and forcing him to resign. Constellis’ Situation Report provides a summary of the events, the elements that led to the coup d’état, as well as its possible repercussions.

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Global Kidnap for Ransom Report – July 2020

This issue of Constellis’ Kidnap for Ransom Insight Report covers global kidnapping incidents and trends for the months of May, June and July 2020. The information is derived from multi-source analysis of kidnap for ransom activity and where known, the outcome or resolution of the events. The report covers current kidnap for ransom hotspots at regional, national and provincial levels, with a particular focus on areas where kidnap for ransom activity is increasing.

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Global Kidnap for Ransom Report – May 2020

This issue of Constellis’ Kidnap for Ransom Insight Report covers global kidnapping incidents and trends for the months of March, April and May 2020. The information is derived from multi-source analysis of kidnap for ransom activity and where known, the outcome or resolution of the events. The report covers current kidnap for ransom hotspots at regional, national and provincial levels, with a particular focus on areas where kidnap for ransom activity is increasing.

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Practical Steps to Help Businesses Recover and Learn from COVID-19

While organizations are looking after their staff and responding to the current COVID-19 crisis, leaders need to look to the future and start planning for their recovery now. Constellis has put together a guide for senior executives as they consider how to both restart work and recover their organization’s business from the COVID-19 crisis.

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Global Kidnap for Ransom Report – March 2020

This issue of Constellis’ Kidnap for Ransom Insight Report covers global kidnapping incidents and trends for the months of January, February, and March 2020. The information is derived from multi-source analysis of kidnap for ransom activity and where known, the outcome or resolution of the events. The report covers current kidnap for ransom hotspots at regional, national and provincial levels, with a particular focus on areas where kidnap for ransom activity is increasing.

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Global Kidnap for Ransom Report – January 2020

This issue of Constellis’ Kidnap for Ransom Insight Report covers global kidnapping incidents and trends for the months of November and December 2019, as well as January 2020. The information is derived from multi-source analysis of kidnap for ransom activity and where known, the outcome or resolution of the events. The report covers current kidnap for ransom hotspots at regional, national and provincial levels, with a particular focus on areas where kidnap for ransom activity is increasing.

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Global Kidnap for Ransom Report – January 2020

This issue of Constellis’ Kidnap for Ransom Insight Report covers global kidnapping incidents and trends for the months of November and December 2019, as well as January 2020. The information is derived from multi-source analysis of kidnap for ransom activity and where known, the outcome or resolution of the events. The report covers current kidnap for ransom hotspots at regional, national and provincial levels, with a particular focus on areas where kidnap for ransom activity is increasing.

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Piracy in the Gulf of Guinea Security Overview – January 6, 2020

The Gulf of Guinea (GoG), a vital shipping route in Africa, has consolidated itself as the world’s piracy hotspot, with concerns augmenting in recent months over an increase in frequency and magnitude of crew kidnappings. In the absence of improvements in the rule of law and regional maritime security policies, the piracy threat in the GoG is expected to continue to develop unabated.

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