Global Software Development (GSD) is a software development process undertaken at geographically separated location across national boundaries.Due to the economic and strategic effects of GSD, it is treated as a substitute to a single site. The geographically dispersed environment makes software development a complicated task and brings out several challenges such as geographical, socio-cultural and temporal distances. The process of Requirements Change Management (RCM) in the GSD is thought to be puzzling. Due to effect of geographical, socio-cultural and temporal distances, various communication risks arise among the distributed team members during the process of RCM. Communication risk is a threat of damage to communication process in GSD that is caused by external or internal vulnerabilities. In this Book communication risks have been discussed along with their causes and effects that hinder the effectiveness of GSD projects. Moreover mitigation practices to resolve communication risks have also been discussed.