Making sense of key developments around the world

The Riskline Informer is a series of analytical pieces interpreting and forecasting key political, security and social issues affecting global affairs.

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04 December 2019

Offbeat travel destinations ideal for solo female travellers

Offbeat doesn't always mean risky for solo female travellers. Oman and Svalbard and Jan Mayen are two great destinations that offer scenic and quiet beauty for women travelling alone.

26 November 2019

Tackling the threat of Islamist militant attacks in the wake of the Kashmir crisis

The threat of attack from Islamist militants has increased in India in the wake of the Kashmir crisis. Going ahead, security forces will have to respond by enhancing their intelligence capabilities to prevent future terror attacks in major cities.

21 November 2019

Violent anti-government protests in Indonesia highlight increasingly divided society

Mass protests have erupted in Jakarta and across Indonesia and have escalated into violence as the government plans to introduce new changes to the criminal code and anti-corruption laws that move the country closer towards Islamisation.

19 November 2019

Be careful of what you post on social media, you could end up in jail (seriously!)

In today's increasingly monitored social media landscape, travellers need to be ever more mindful of what they post and share on their social media profiles to avoid unnecessary scrutiny from local authorities.

13 November 2019

Riskline to attend GBTA Europe Conference 2019 in Munich

Riskline is pleased to attend the GBTA Europe Conference 2019 in Munich from 19 to 21 November.

12 November 2019

Don't fly your drones too close to the sun!

It is the potential for mayhem that has led many countries to impose restrictions on the use of drones over sensitive installations, including many government buildings, and popular tourist attractions. Riskline's new Technology and Communication Risk (TCR) reports, covering everything from what not to post on social media to whether there are restrictions on flying drones, assess the risks posed across 225 countries and offer strategies to ensure a safe trip.