After the Stockholm attack, the latest vehicle-ramming attacks are indicative of things to come in Europe.
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After its lightning victory over the US-backed government in the beginning of August, the Taliban must adapt to openly ruling the country, and managing Afghanistan’s many divisions, the most important of which is who controls the spoils of victory.
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Twenty years after 9/11, US-led foreign military forces pulled out of Afghanistan, but they will continue to maintain a presence in the Middle East and Africa for the foreseeable future, due to persisting threats from new militant groups.
In several areas of the world, large-scale conferences and events are resuming for the first time in 18 months. To help your return to in-person conferences and events, we provide tips on how you can gather safely in the COVID-19 era.
Headlines have used the word ‘collapse’ in association with Lebanon for over a year now. At 18:07 local time on 4 August 2020, the capital, Beirut, was decimated, with hundreds killed and thousands wounded by the third largest non-nuclear explosion in history at the Port of Beirut. After 4 August, many asked, how could things get worse?
Unlike many companies, working remotely is nothing new to Riskline. We have over a decade of experience working as a geo-graphically distributed team in over 15 countries and across 11 different time zones. To give you an insight into how our global team works together, we asked 3 of our analysts to document their working day.