The Riskline Informer is a series of analytical pieces interpreting and forecasting key political, security and social issues affecting global affairs.
02 June 2020
In the first in a series of articles examining racial discrimination, police brutality and mass protesting, we look at the George Floyd protests as the latest – and unlikely to be the last – episode in the history of a country gripped by violence sparked by police killings of people of colour.
29 May 2020
Measures and restrictions triggered by the outbreak of COVID-19 have laid the ground for increased police violence in Kenya, resulting in over a dozen fatalities, threatening to overtake the number of deaths caused by the coronavirus infection itself.
27 May 2020
Iceland is one of the world's few success stories when it comes to fighting the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) infection, utilising a simple textbook strategy of testing, contact tracing and isolation.
22 May 2020
The coronavirus pandemic will likely change the way we travel forever, with public health concerns likely taking precedence over privacy and civil liberties
18 May 2020
Increased cases of discrimination and abuse have been reported across the globe as an unintended consequence of COVID-19 related restrictions. What steps can be undertaken by authorities and what role should employers play in mitigating and responding to their employees' well-being?
13 May 2020
With over four million confirmed cases and upwards of 290,000 fatalities in the world, there are few signs of the COVID-19 pandemic slowing its rampage across the globe. However, some countries appear to have managed to slow down the rate of new cases and now seem to be on a slow and probably difficult path towards recovery