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The contents of this blog highlight geopolitical, ethno-religious, and socio-cultural issues from around the world. Contributions are made by ENODO Global, Inc. and its strategic partners.

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Japan’s Minister of Defense Tomomi Inada, and Macau billionaire Ng lap Seng were each charged with or convicted of crimes and forced from office all on the same day. This reflects a growing trend: political and business leaders are being ousted from positions of authority at an alarming rate. The removal of presidents, prime ministers, and top executives is the result of rapidly evolving demographics, shifting cultural attitudes, and social media, which is now rooted in transparency and accountability. This growing...

There is an ongoing shift in power. Widespread social unrest and a growing divide between political leaders and the citizens they serve have devolved into shouting matches on both sides. Social media is now anchored in democracy, which represents the voice of the people and civil society. Governments struggle to manage online discussions, create effective communications strategies, and broadcast narratives that resonate with their constituents. As a result, people have lost confidence in government institutions and no longer trust elected officials. Ineffective governance undermines political stability,...

Despite improved communication technologies and other technical advances, traditional polling continually fails to accurately measure public sentiment or predict election outcomes. Polling fails because it ignores the most critical element that influences voting: identity. In the past year, we’ve been left with our jaws on the floor after surprise election results in the United States, the United Kingdom, Israel, and Colombia - just to name a few. Pollsters around the globe are in serious trouble, as they continue to rely on an outdated approach that...

Fairfax, Virginia (July 18, 2017) — ENODO applied its Social Risk analysis to help diaspora investors increase fundraising, identify investments with the greatest financial return and social impact, and address transparency and corruption for each diaspora community within the home country. “Social Risk analysis fills a critical risk gap in current social impact portfolios and provides value at each stage of the diaspora investment process,” stated ENODO’s Chief Financial Officer Bryan Bloom. “Concentrating first on understanding and then connecting key stakeholders, lowers risk and increases overall impact...

In a highly connected, activist-charged world, commercial marketing matters more than ever before. If leveraged correctly, social media can be a powerful corporate tool. It allows companies to connect with customers directly and provides them with feedback and information to better understand customers and to formulate specific messaging strategies accordingly. Despite this potential, public perception is increasingly mismanaged – and the effects can be detrimental. Incomplete commercial marketing research leads to misinterpreted public sentiment, mangled messaging and cringe-worthy marketing flops, with serious losses even for...

Fairfax, Virginia (July 10, 2017) — ENODO designed the Specialized Analysis Series to demonstrate how its population-centric methodology and customized data analysis platforms can pinpoint Social Risk factors across different geographic areas, regardless of the social, linguistic, and information environments. Our Specialized Analysis Series currently includes analyses of conflicts in India, the Dominican Republic, and Morocco: The Mandsaur India Report details an ongoing agrarian conflict fueled by Social Risk The Dominican Report analyzes the changes in public perception regarding corruption and impunity The Moroccan Report identifies the...