Conference Calls

Clients interact with an expert panel in our real-time conference calls on issues of the day

Each month we hold "open" calls for clients and prospects on issues of global significance, supplementing our regular private calls with individual clients about the issues that really matter to them.

Nigeria's critical election

February 22, 2023

3pm - 4pm UK  (10am - 11am ET)





China’s reopening

February 15, 2023

3pm - 4pm UK | 10am - 11am ET





Israel's new government

January 18, 2023

3pm - 4pm UK  (10am - 11am ET)





Global key risks and opportunities for 2023

December 5, 2022

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm UK | 10:00 am - 11:00 am ET

Iran’s domestic and external crises

November 16, 2022

3pm - 4pm UK  (10am - 11am ET)





The avoidable war? US-China tensions and the view from Beijing

November 9, 2022

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm UK | 09:00 am - 10:00 am ET

Brazil on the brink

October 19, 2022

4pm - 5pm UK  (11am - 12am ET)





Europe's cold winter: inflation, energy and the war in Ukraine

September 29, 2022

3pm - 4pm UK (10am - 11am ET)

Emerging-market crisis risks

September 21, 2022

2pm - 3pm UK  (9am - 10am ET)





US politics and policy: to the midterms and beyond

August 30, 2022

4pm - 5pm UK (11am - 12pm ET)

Global prospects in mid-2022: Stagflation and superpower rivalry?

July 20, 2022

3pm - 4pm UK (10am - 11am EDT)


Middle East and North Africa's looming food crisis

June 21, 2022

3pm - 4pm UK (10am - 11am EDT)

Europe's energy strategy in flux

June 15, 2022

3pm - 4pm UK (10am - 11am EDT)


Cryptocurrencies and sanctions in the wake of the Russia-Ukraine crisis

May 18, 2022

3pm - 4pm UK (10am - 11am EDT)


Where next for the war in Ukraine?

April 20, 2022

3pm - 4pm UK (10am - 11am EDT)


The cost of living crisis

March 16, 2022

3pm - 4pm UK (10am - 11am EDT)


The energy crisis in developed markets

March 8, 2022

3pm - 4pm UK (10am - 11am EDT)

Ukraine-Russia crisis

February 28, 2022

3pm - 4pm UK (10am - 11am EDT)

Italy: To 2023 and beyond

February 16, 2022

3pm - 4pm UK (10am - 11am EDT)

'Common Prosperity' and Xi Jinping's third term

January 19, 2022

3pm - 4pm UK (10am - 11am EDT)

Top Ten Questions for 2022: Annual Prospects Call

December 6, 2021

4pm - 5pm UK (11am - 12pm EDT)

Challenges to constitutional rule in Africa

November 17, 2021

3pm - 4pm UK (10am - 11am EDT)

Countdown to COP26: the UN climate summit

October 26, 2021

3pm - 4pm UK (10am - 11am EDT)

Countdown to COP26: the UN climate summit

October 20, 2021

3pm - 4pm UK (10am - 11am EDT)

Suffering services and unsteady manufacturing

September 22, 2021

3pm - 4pm UK (10am - 11am EDT)

Global prospects in mid-2021: primed for recovery?

July 21, 2021

3pm - 4pm UK (10am - 11am EDT)

Iran's Presidential Election

June 16, 2021

3pm - 4pm UK (10am - 11am EDT)

Emerging markets take on tech

May 19, 2021

3:00pm - 4:00pm UK (10:00am - 11:00am EDT)

Public webinar - Geopolitics and the vaccine

Thursday, April 29 3:00pm - 4:00pm UK (10:00am - 11:00am EDT)




Will China drive the global recovery?

April 21, 2021

3:00pm - 4:00pm UK (10:00am - 11:00am EDT)

Geopolitics and the vaccine

March 17, 2021

3:00pm - 4:00pm UK (11:00am - 12:00pm EDT)

Big Tech's confluence of crises

February 24, 2021

3:00-4:00pm UK (10:00 - 11:00 EST)

Middle East North Africa and Asia in 2021

January 20,  2021

2:30 - 3:30pm / 3:45 - 4:45pm  UK (9:30 - 10:30 / 10:45 - 11:45 EST)

Prospects, Risks and Opportunities in 2021

Wednesday, December 9

Join Oxford Analytica's team of analysts for an insight into their core forecasts for 2021.

Governing amid division: the next US administration

November 18, 2020

The next US administration

Supply Chains Under Stress

October 21, 2020

Will COVID-19 trigger a great unravelling?

China's Power Plays

Wednesday, September 30, 2020
China’s presence and its power is evident across the world, and it is still growing. What does this mean for governments and businesses worldwide?

Libya’s civil war

Wednesday, September 23, 2020, 15.00 UK / 10.00 EDT

What chance for peace? ?

Risks and Opportunities in the time of COVID

Wednesday July 15, 15:00 UK, 10.00 EDT

How four events will shape the next 12 months

East Asia’s COVID-19 success

Wednesday June 17, 15:00 UK, 10.00 EDT

Can the region steal a march on the rest of the world?

Lifting Europe's lockdown

Wednesday, May 20, 2020, 15.00 UK / 10:00 EDT

How far, how fast, how permanent?

Recession or Depression?

Wednesday, April 22, 2020, 15.00 UK / 10:00 EDT

The economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic

American battlegrounds

Wednesday, March 25, 2020, 15:00 UK /11:00 EDT

Where the US 2020 election will be won and lost


Thursday, March 19, 2020, 15:00 UK /11:00 EDT

What now for COVID-19?

Modi & the Indian economy

Wednesday, February 19, 2020, 15:00 UK /10:00 EST

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is under increasing pressure to revive a flagging economy.

Protests in the Middle East

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

How do heightened Washington-Tehran tensions affect determined anti-government activists in Lebanon, Iraq and Iran itself?

Risks & Opportunities 2020

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

What may be coming next year across a wide range of geographies, sectors and issues? ​

The seas and oceans

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

As evidence mounts of the threats posed by global warming, what can be done to protect our oceans and use them to our advantage?

The Global Economy

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Sharply weaker trade and investment is outweighing looser policy, raising the risk of a shaper global growth slowdown. 

Argentina: Down the same road?

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

With general elections due next month, the country looks close to another default.

The global economy

Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Weak trade and productivity may outweigh looser policy, jeopardising hopes of stable global growth. 

Modi 2.0: What next for India?

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

With Prime Minister Narendra Modi comfortably winning the recent general election, the agenda for his second term is now under the spotlight.

European Parliament elections: New forces, new alliances and a new balance of power?

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Brexit and Euroscepticism will bring fragmentation, uncertainty and realignments to the EU following the May 23-26 vote.

US-Middle East engagement

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

After a year of radical shifts, where is US policy going next in the Middle East?

Ukraine’s presidential election: Comic relief

Tuesday, March 26, 12019

Until satirist Volodymyr Zelensky burst on the scene, the March 31 presidential contest looked to be a straight fight battle between incumbent Petro Poroshenko and opposition politician Yulia Tymoshenko.

Brazil’s Bolsonaro: Right for the Economy?

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Brazil’s new president, Jair Bolsonaro, has made a range of promises of sweeping change, many of them seemingly mutually exclusive.

Brexit: What now?

With the clock fast ticking down to 'Brexit Day' -- March 29 -- the UK's future relationship with the EU looks as uncertain as ever.

Risks and Opportunities 2019

What does the New Year hold in prospect?

Political Risk: Best practice for companies

Key takeaways for our latest survey on how multinational companies are managing its impact 

The Global Economy: Top of the Cycle?

Concerns over trade, monetary policy and geopolitical risk threaten continuing global growth

May in the middle: A precarious place for the UK prime minister

Two ministerial resignations and a backbench revolt underline the deep divisions over Europe among the United Kingdom’s governing Conservatives that Theresa May is attempting to straddle as the clock ticks down on the UK’s March 2019 deadline for leaving the EU.

The Mexican election

After twelve years of campaigning, the controversial populist looks set finally to clinch the presidency, but what might his election mean for Mexico?

North Korea's new direction

What will be the impact of Pyongyang's new outreach to its old adversaries?

Middle East May elections

How will rising tensions between Riyadh and Tehran play out in upcoming Iraqi and Lebanese polls?


Can governments tame the new financial Wild West?

Italy's elections

What will the vote mean for euro-area stability?


If Washington pulls out of the nuclear deal, what does that mean for Tehran and the wider region?

Risks and Opportunities 2018

What does the New Year hold in prospect?

China’s New Era

What will Xi Jinping’s vision of China as the global leader mean for the rest of the world?

Saudis on a Sword Edge

Germany’s elections and the future of Europe

How will the new German government influence EU reform? 

What has happened to the United States?

Does the reality match the myth anymore?

The global economy: Mid-year update

The lull before the squall?

The Gulf: The next generation

Intense competition for Gulf Arab leadership

UK general election: May’s mandate

Setting a course for Brexit and beyond

France's next president: Emmanuel Macron

What next, now French voters have chosen a pro-European centrist over a populist nationalist?

ISG's next move

The past month has seen a sudden upsurge in terrorist attacks claimed by Islamic State group (ISG) beyond its main area of operations in Iraq and Syria.

Brazil’s corruption crisis

What next for an economy and political class undermined by systemic bribery?

Brexit: Triggering Article 50

The EU without the UK and the UK without the EU?

Trump's first month

Method in the madness?

Europe's year of elections

Pivotal polls in France, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands

Six Risks, Six Opportunities 2017

Your guide to the challenges that will shape policy, strategy and operations in 2017

US Elections

What now for the new president-elect?

Iran and Saudi Arabia

Regional rivalry

Summer of Uncertainty

Referenda, Coups and Populist Politics

Britain and Brexit

Clear-cut decision; uncertain consequences

Britain decides

Britain decides

One Belt, One Road

One Belt, One Road

Russia and the West

Russia and the West


Britain beyond the referendum

Cheap oil

How long will it last and how deep will it bite?

Risks & opportunities 2016

Six sets of critical risks and opportunities for a volatile and complex 2016

Post-Paris: Countering ISG

Islamic State group (ISG)'s claims of responsibility for the recent deadly attacks on Paris, Beirut and a Russian airliner over Sinai suggest that it may have metamorphosed into a global terrorist network.

Currency Wars

Not since the ECB was established in 1998 have the monetary policies of the world's two leading central banks headed in opposite directions.

Russia in the Middle East

Russia’s military intervention in Syria has changed the rules of the game, not just for the outcome of that country’s civil war, but also for the balance of power in the region.

Post-Deal Iran

After months of negotiation, Iran and world powers agreed a landmark deal on July 14 to end the dispute over Iran’s nuclear programme.

US and Asia: 'Pivot' in peril?

The landscape of the Asia-Pacific region is changing. On the ground, this is literal and littoral, as China constructs artificial islands to support its territorial claims on the South China Sea.

Saudi Arabia

In the few months since he came to power, King Salman has carried out radical changes to the kingdom’s leadership.

UK general election

The general election being held in the United Kingdom on May 7 looks set to be not only the tightest in a generation but also the most consequential - for Britain and the wider world.

Russia Post-Putin

The Ukraine crisis seems to have made the person and personality of the Russian president synonymous with that of his country; their interests and identity have become intertwined.

Can the EU survive?

After nearly five years of scrambling to solve the euro crisis, Europe is no better off – in fact, in some ways it is worse than ever.

A cyber insecure world?

The cost of poor cybersecurity has been splashed across newspapers in recent weeks