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). She is currently based in Austria. Yasemin is fluent in German and English and possesses advanced Japanese language skills.

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Fintech and the Digitalization of Austria’s Banking Sector

Austria may have a relatively small fintech industry, but the Austrian government is making efforts...

Solar Energy in Japan: Innovations and Policy Outlook

The effects of climate change have led governments around the world to increase the share of...

Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing in Europe: EU Law and Brexit

Money laundering and terrorist financing have gained increased attention by the media and...

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...

Insights & Trending Themes By Yasemin Zeisl

Assessing the Potential of Austria’s New Government Coalition

After Austria’s government collapsed in May 2019, Austrian chancellor and leader of the conservative party ÖVP Sebastian Kurz was voted back into office in a snap election only 4 months later. Having previously formed a coalition with the country’s far-right wing party FPÖ, Kurz is now teaming up with the green party to form a new government ...

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Insurance and Economic Costs of Australia’s Bushfires

Since November 2019, sweeping bushfires have been ravaging Australia’s coastlines in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, and Southern Australia. Relief from the catastrophic fires is likely not imminent, as summer temperatures in Australia peak in January and February, increasing the risk of heatwaves, droughts, and bushfires. News reports state that ...

Synergizing AI and 5G Technology

Combining high-speed wireless connection, artificial intelligence (AI), sensor data, and satellite imagery has the potential to open a wide range of technological possibilities across numerous industries. The interplay between AI and 5G technology not only affects the installation of 5G networks itself, but also has the potential to revolutionize the medical, consumer goods, manufacturing, energy, construction, and security industries ...

The Internet of Skills: Risks and Opportunities

The term the “Internet of Things” has been widely circulated in the media, yet the “Internet of Skills” is a relatively new concept. The Internet of Skills is “where 5G, AI and robotics meet,” according to Mischa Dohler, Professor in Wireless Communications at King’s College London and leading scientist in the field of digitalizing physical abilities ...

The Risks of Golden Visa Schemes

Golden visa schemes have been much debated in Europe, particularly in the context of due diligence and compliance. In simple terms, golden visa schemes are entry tickets for wealthy investors into countries that offer such an opportunity. In order to receive a residency permit or citizenship rights, foreign applicants must ...

EU-Turkey Relations in the Context of Recent EU Sanctions

Diplomatic relations between the European Union (EU) and Turkey are once again being tested as the EU imposes sanctions on Turkey over a natural gas and oil drilling dispute in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea. Turkey has been exploring oil and gas fields near the coast of Cyprus, testing the sovereign territory claims of Cyprus in the waters surrounding the island, also known as the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) ...