Yasemin Zeisl

Yasemin Zeisl

Yasemin Zeisl is a Risk Analyst at Global Risk Intelligence. She earned her MSc in International Relations and Affairs from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

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The Impact of Climate Change on the U.S. Military and the Defense Industry

The impact of climate change on the U.S. military and the defense industry is manifold, ranging from...

Associated Risks and Legal Limitations of Cyber Warfare

State governments and private businesses are increasingly vulnerable to harmful cyber operations....

Salient Risks of Sand Mining: Consumption, Construction, and Compliance

Sand is a seemingly plain but in fact enormously valuable natural resource. Sand is ubiquitous in...

Associated Risks of EU Disintegration: Crises and Scenarios

The UK’s departure from the European Union has been a central topic of the political and economic...

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Thomas Cook’s Insolvency and EU Law

On September 23, 2019, the British Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) announced that one of the most well-known travel companies, Thomas Cook, had declared bankruptcy. This event drew attention to both the rights and the risks of the roughly 600,000 Thomas Cook customers who were stranded abroad ...

Risks Affecting Germany’s Electricity Grid Expansion

Germany has backed international efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and decelerate climate change, yet its energy transition (Energiewende) initiative must clear a number of hurdles before substantial progress can be achieved. Germany’s energy transition includes the expansion of the country’s electricity grid and a shift from fossil fuels and nuclear power to renewable energy sources like solar and wind power ...

Financial Crime Risks in Malta

Malta may be an inconspicuous island state, but its reputation among financial law investigators precedes the small European country. European compliance bodies have closely monitored Malta in the last two years and have uncovered high risks of financial crime ...

Madagascar’s Renewable Energy Potential

Madagascar may be one of the world’s most underdeveloped countries in the 2018 Human Development Index of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), but tapping into the country’s renewable energy potential could nevertheless provide an investment opportunity. Advancing Madagascar’s energy sector not only increases electricity connectivity but also facilitates social and economic development ...

Australia’s Energy Supply Strategy and Hydropower

There are two vital aspects in Australia’s energy strategy, an opportunity and a weakness. Firstly, the country plans to increase the ratio of renewable energy in its national energy mix – an opportunity. Secondly, Australia’s energy supply strategy appears to be on unstable footing as the country seeks to increase liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports in order to satisfy domestic energy demand – a weakness ...