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The Conversation: Planning for war: a guide for businesses


Businesses need to be prepared and have contingency plans for military conflicts, says Andrew Coburn, Director of Advisory Board at Centre for Risk Studies, Cambridge Judge Business School. “The WEF’s Global Risks 2015 report finds that interstate conflict is now the highest concern – with infectious diseases, water crises, extreme weather events, cyber attacks, unemployment and failures of national governments as other top worries,” writes Andrew in The Conversation.

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