Director, Pangaea Wire
Murati is a world affairs analyst, syndicated columnist and director of the PANGAEA WIRE. He consults, writes and gives his expert opinion on a wide variety of topics and regions.
Murati has been featured and cited by a multitude of platforms including the BBC, Al Jazeera, RT, Business Insider, Google Scholar and Global Risk Insights among others. He has also served as a key figure in advancing awareness of security and human rights issues within Parliament. He is an Expert Adviser for the European Commission, specialising in Security, Outer Space, Trade and Demographic change and social cohesion. He has chaired and given public lectures in Parliament, Warwick University, Roehampton University and his alma mater UCL, where he also served as the President of the International Public Policy Review.
Murati is also an alumnus of the Geneva Centre for Security Policy and Transparency International School of Integrity. Furthermore, he is also ICA qualified, achieving a Distinction for a Specialist Certificate in Financial Crime Risk in Global Banking and Markets. Furthermore, he is a member of both the Energy Institute and the Space Generation Advisory Council as well as a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts.
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Kosovo, with help from the World Bank reached a 1bn EURO deal with a US firm for rights to mine their lignite coal, but will this move seal Kosovo's ...
All systems are go on the “we are coming Nineveh” operations as further gains are made by Iraqi forces in western Mosul. However...
Recently, Angola has experienced political and economic turbulence revealing concerning red flags for investors. Here are 5 indicators to watch...
Sun Tzu once said, “The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting”. One could strongly make the claim that this is the very philosophy underpinning the Sino-US relationship.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff suffered a potentially fatal blow Sunday evening when 367 out of the 513 elected representatives of the lower house voted for her impeachment trial to take place.
Israel is facing what may be its most politically tumultuous period in years. What can we expect from Benjamin Netanyahu following the tornado of international events that threaten the status quo of his country?
November 25th 2015 marks a landmark day for space exploration and commerce, as President Obama gives American citizens the right to mine asteroids for rare earth metals and minerals.
As the sun rises in Havana and the Cuban people get ready for another day, one is left wondering, what is in store for this small but geo-politically essential nation?
Heads of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) are considering sending 4,000 ground troops in to Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia as a response to Russia’s actions in the Crimea and Ukraine.
Kosovo gets closer to EU integration by signing the landmark Stabilisation and Association Agreement, but what does that mean for regional relations and the overall health of the Kosovan economy?
Corruption as a factor of inward FDI stock: A case study of Albania's energy sector (Academic Paper)
This paper looks at the relationship between corruption and Foreign DirectInvestment (FDI) in Albania’s energy sector.
This paper re-evaluates the theory that Islamic fundamentalism is the cause of terrorism and offers an valuable alternative which provides a new understanding and offers solutions.
BUILDING BRIDGES FOR A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE: WHY INTRASTATE CIVIL WARS NEED THE PEOPLE. (Academic Paper)
This paper attempts to examine the relationship between rebel groups and non-combatants in intrastate conflicts.
It is somewhat unanimously agreed that sanctions are mostly bark with no bite. Generally speaking they are not seen as something worth using. However..
This papers approach is a theoretical comparison between A.D. Smith and J.D. Fearon.to examine which one provides the most robust and most academically dexteric argument.
There is general consensus to the claim that we are living in what is probably the most uncertain and geo-politically turbulent times since at least the cold war.
Article 2 Vs. The United States of Exception (Understanding Sovereignty in Outer Space) (DISSERTATION)
This thesis will explore the proliferation of a phenomenon of ‘space sovereignty’ or space nationalism is a concept that is quickly escalating to prominence especially within military strategy and legal theory.
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Klisman Murati highlights some of the major political risks facing the world's largest economies in 2017, including cyber security, military spending and the power of a tweet.
The markets are dealing with a new kind of political risk, one that all traders should be aware of and make trading decisions while factoring in the risk, said Murati, a global political analyst in an interview with The Industry Spread.
Former CIA deputy director John McLaughlin and political risk analyst Klisman Murati share their respective visions and predictions for 2017 covering terrorism, security and Europe.
Wake Up To Money
Security Analyst Klisman Murati gives his expert analysis on cyber security and the recent NHS hacking as well as giving insightful insight into Russia's cyber policy and expenditure.
Political risk analyst Klisman Murati predicts that Angola will pay its debts but said investors are "sweating" because of the country's economic and financial difficulties.
Cyber security is a major issue for governments and business alike. Its effects can be catastrophic, which is why their should be a focus and budget allocated to cyber defence reach and implantation.
The UK put £1.9bn aside last year to improve the country's cyber-security architecture. But Friday's attack shows "a lot needs to be done to make sure this money's put to good use," says Klisman Murati, a counter-terrorism and security analyst.
Klisman Murati gives us an expert look inside the world of terrorist financing in Africa, how it works, who it effects and most importantly how banks and other financial bodies can help curb its spread and impact.
The anti-immigrant SDS party of veteran right-wing leader Janez Jansa won Slovenia's parliamentary election, but now faces a difficult task in courting a coalition partner to govern.