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    Geopolitical Intelligence Services - Global Consulting

    We are the global intelligence unit of the Geopolitical Intelligence Services AG, founded by H.S.H Prince Michael of Liechtenstein in 2011. Our world-class experts provide exclusive, strategic advice, insights and contacts, giving businesses and institutions the knowledge, skills and networks they need to succeed around the globe.

    Where we are

Services

What we offer:


Geopolitical

Advisory Service

Expert advice on navigating complex geopolitical situations, responding to trends and anticipating future developments globally and in specific regions and countries.

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Global

Networks Service

Access to world-class experts, consultants and GIS exclusive business and political networks at all levels throughout the world.

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Intelligence

Reports Service

Customised intelligence briefings, reports and presentations set within their geopolitical context, to address specific corporate and political situations

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Geopolitical

Coaching and Training Service

Geopolitical coaching, training and development sessions to CEOs and senior executives of internationally oriented companies.

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Where we are

GIS Global Network of Experts

We are active in all priority regions in the world:

Our growing global network of experts provides relevant geopolitical and economic information, strategic analysis and exclusive contacts. This enables our clients to operate confidently internationally, providing them with competitive advantage.

Our expertise

Areas of activity:

We provide geopolitical information, insight
and advice and produce commissioned Special
Reports and Briefings in four key areas:
The intelligence that we provide is:

  • Robust, clearly sourced and well-evidenced
  • Based on a balanced, unbiased assessment of risks and opportunities
  • Future-focused and relevant to agreed business objectives
  • Clear and transparent to enable our clients to make informed decisions
  • Researched and analysed by world-class experts

Experts

Our consultants

More than 100 experts around the world. Read about them.
Our Experts

Our intelligence consultant specialized in world oil and gas and energy policy.

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Energy Economist

Dr Carole Nakhle

Our intelligence consultant specialized in Middle East and Northern Africa

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Professor Dr

Udo Steinbach

Our intelligence consultant specialized in Middle East and Northern Africa

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Minister

Charles Millon

Our intelligence consultant specialized in International and Security Affairs

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International Security Advisor

Dr Uwe Nerlich

Our intelligence consultant specialized in China and South East Asia

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Business Executive

Timothy Beardson

Our intelligence consultant specialized in Georgia and Caucasus region

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Minister

Eka Tkeshelashvili

Our intelligence consultant specialized in European Union, economics of the Euro.

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Economist, academic

Professor Enrico Colombatto

Our intelligence consultant specialized in U.S. foreign policy and Latin America.

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Expert

Dr Joseph Tulchin

Our intelligence consultant specialized in economics of Europe

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Economist, author, academic

Professor Dr Christoph Schaltegger

Our intelligence consultant specialized in Russia and neighbouring countries

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Professor

Stefan Hedlund

Our intelligence consultant specialized in economic and political relations in Europe.

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Economist

Professor Dr Michael Wohlgemuth

Our intelligence consultant specialized in Middle East and Northern Africa

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Expert

Bernard Siman OBE

Our intelligence consultants specialized in global energy and cyber security.

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Energy and Resource Expert

Dr Frank Umbach

Our intelligence consultants specialized in Africa and Portuguese speaking countries.

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Historian and political writer

Professor Jaime Pinto

Our intelligence consultant specialized in Middle East, Iraq and the Gulf.

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Professor Dr

Amatzia Baram

Publications

Latest Insight

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Dr

Joseph S. Tulchin

Argentina's new president will find it hard to make a fresh start

Let’s Change – Cambiemos – led by former Buenos Aires Mayor Mauricio Macri, won Argentina’s presidential run-off by less than 3 per cent of the popular vote. Headlines in Europe, the United States and Latin America heralded the opposition coalition’s victory as marking a reversal of the ‘pink tide’ – the swing to the left that has dominated South American politics for the past two decades. There were loud sighs of relief that Argentina would return to international norms and leave behind the populism that had been the hallmark of the governments of Nestor Kirchner (2003-2007) and his successor and widow Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (2007-2015). Some even suggested that Mr Macri’s election would transform the continent’s role in international relations.

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Zorigt Dashdorj

Focus on Mongolia:walking the foreign policy tightrope (Part1)

Mongolia is a large, sparsely populated, landlocked country sandwiched between two much stronger neighbours: Russia and China. For much of the past 300 years, the country has been dominated by one or the other of these two powers. Since its transition to democracy and a market economy in the early 1990s, it has pursued a ‘multi-pillar’ foreign policy that looks to balance Russian and Chinese interests, as well as those of other major global players such as the United States. So far, Mongolia has been successful, avoiding domination by foreign powers while attracting investment from around the world. But as the geopolitical environment becomes more complex, Mongolia’s ability to juggle these relationships is coming into question...

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Dr

Joseph S. Tulchin

Bachelet contends with copper and conservatives to keep Chilean reforms on track

Michelle Bachelet is vowing not to give up on the social overhaul of Chile’s free-market model that won her a second term as the country’s president in 2013. Yet the collapse of global copper prices has largely deprived her of the money to pay for the reforms, while a financial scandal has cost her political clout. President Bachelet’s biggest challenge in 2016 will be to keep even a scaled-down version of her package intact...

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What our customers say

We help companies and institutions around the world to make informed decisions, so they can operate internationally more effectively and stay ahead of competitors.

If you are looking to understand, compete and grow, GIS is the partner for you. No matter what industry you are in, our intelligence consultants will help you to make informed decisions and take advantage of emerging opportunities while avoiding threats.

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Global reach

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Global network of experts

We cooperate with 70 high level experts around the world.

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