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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05 November 2019

Satellite phones in India: A big no-no!

While it may not be widely known, bringing in or using satellite phones in India can have dire legal consequences for travellers. 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.

23 October 2019

For foreign travellers in China's Xinjiang, the Dalai Lama poses a risk to your corporate data

For foreign travellers in China's Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, the Dalai Lama poses a risk to your corporate data. 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.

22 October 2019

Riskline to attend ITIC Global 2019 in Malta

Riskline is pleased to attend the annual International Travel & Health Insurance Conference in Malta from 27 to 31 October 2019.

15 October 2019

Preparation, observation and adjusting guards – different female travel experiences as a short-term visitor or an expat

Female travel experiences may be considerably different depending on various factors, such as if we are short-term visitors or expats, what kind of guards we keep and how we interact with our destination, or even on how we "look".

10 October 2019

Our lungs are on fire

Record-breaking "slash and burn" fires in the Amazon deteriorate air quality across the region.

27 September 2019

Mali: Ethnic violence spirals amid a failed security environment

Ethnic violence has escalated in Mali in recent years, particularly between members of the Fulani and Dogon communities, and is being fuelled by Islamist groups and international counter-terrorism efforts.