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.

Latest Informer Articles

21 May 2019

A primer on Indian general elections

As the world’s largest democracy completes voting to elect its next government, it remains uncertain whether nationalist sentiments promulgated by the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party will help it win another term in office.

15 May 2019

Libyan Conflict: An arena of competing interests and proxy wars

Ongoing fighting in Tripoli between the UN-backed GNA and General Haftar’s LNA threatens to turn Libya into an arena for competing international interests and proxy wars.

26 April 2019

Riskline to attend RIMS 2019

Riskline is pleased to attend the Risk Management Society's annual conference and exhibition in Boston from 28 April to 1 May 2019.

24 April 2019

Generals' intervention in Sudan and Algeria

Internal military intervention forced the resignation of Sudan and Algeria's longtime presidents in April 2019. And it is the generals who are now staring down the protesters whose actions precipitated this moment.

15 April 2019

A primer on Indonesia’s upcoming elections

The world’s third largest democracy and most populous Muslim-majority country goes to the polls on 17 April to determine their president, national legislature and provincial and local governments for the next five years.

10 April 2019

After New Zealand: Addressing the threat of white supremacism

Despite the number of terror attacks perpetrated by white supremacists rising alarmingly, authorities have done little to combat this fast-emerging threat. Western governments need to rethink their counterterrorism strategies by working closely with minority groups and social media companies.