TENEO BRUSSELS CLIENTS

Clients in the closed financial year: 2021

RUD PEDERSEN GROUP CLIENTS

Source: Transparency Register

Clients in the closed financial year:2021

EUROPEAN PUBLIC AFFAIRS CONSULTANCIES' ASSOCIATION (EPACA) MEMBERS

THE NEW COLD WAR ERA

A new cold War in Europe is basically unavoidable. Europe will have to deal with a potentially outcast, unstable and technologically isolated Russia. This new version of the Cold War in greater Europe is bound to be far less stable than the previous edition. Restoring mutual trust with Russia is going to prove extremely difficult, if it is even possible.

It remains to be seen, given the rivalry between the United States and China, whether it will be a single cold war where the world may be divided into two blocks.

HUNGER CRISIS

The Ukraine crisis comes at a time when more than 45 million people in 43 countries across the globe are at risk of starvation, with 584,000 already living in famine-like conditions, and the remaining 44+ million at a grave risk of falling into famine

Countries depending on Food Aid

58 COUNTRIES ABSTAINED ON RUSSIA'S SUSPENSION OF UNCHR

The 58 countries here below that abstained on Russia's suspension of UNCHR are considered by Russia as an 'unfriendly gesture' with consequences both in the development of bilateral relations and in the work on the issues important for them within the framework of the U.N.

23 COUNTRIES SUPPORT RUSSIA

  1. Algeria
  2. Belarus
  3. Bolivia
  4. Burundi
  5. Central African Republic
  6. China
  7. Congo
  8. Cuba
  9. Dem Rep of Korea
  10. Eritrea
  11. Ethiopia
  12. Gabon
  13. Iran
  14. Kazakhstan
  15. Kyrgyztan
  16. Lao PDR
  17. Mali
  18. Nicaragua
  19. Syria
  20. Tajikistan
  21. Uzbekistan
  22. Vietnam
  23. Zimbabwe

THE 93 COUNTRIES THAT VOTED FOR RUSSIA'S SUSPENSION FROM HR COUNCIL

  1. Albania
  2. Andorra
  3. Antigua-Barbuda
  4. Argentina
  5. Australia
  6. Austria
  7. Bahamas
  8. Belgium
  9. Bosnia-Herzegovina
  10. Bulgaria
  11. Canada
  12. Chad
  13. Chile
  14. Colombia
  15. Comoros
  16. Costa Rica
  17. Côte d'Ivoire
  18. Croatia
  19. Cyprus
  20. Czech Rep
  21. Dem Rep of the Congo
  22. Denmark
  23. Dominica
  24. Dominican Republic
  25. Ecuador
  26. Estonia
  27. Fiji
  28. Finland
  29. France
  30. Georgia
  31. Germany
  32. Greece

RUSSIA'S DECLINE

Whatever scenario comes next, there is little doubt that Russia will enter a period of faster decline. Only in the case of an early end to the fighting, a peace settlement, and Putin’s ouster could Russia hope to stem its loss of power. Even then, distrust of Russia in the West will remain for generations.

FOUR POSSIBLE SCENARI FOR THE RUSSIA-UKRAINE WAR

Source: Atlantic Council

1. A FROZEN CONFLICT SCENARIO

Russia’s war effort in Ukraine drags on for more than a year, as the civilian death toll continues to rise. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy remains in Kyiv, even with his life in persistent danger from Russian-directed assassination attempts.

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