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Do you travel or live abroad? You came to the right place! The Soliswiss Forum offers free and independent evaluations and expert opinions for various countries. At the same time, the Soliswiss Forum is a platform. Here, you can share your personal experiences with the community or ask locals for tips.

 

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South Africa at the Crossroads: How Expropriations of White Farmers Could Threaten Political Stability

Switzerland, 12/12/2018

Stunning scenery, breath-taking wildlife, vibrant cities – South Africa is one of the most popular destinations for Swiss tourists and emigrants. However, we increasingly receive alarming reports of violence, unemployment and a threatening wave of expropriations. What is happening in South Africa? How safe is it?

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Erfolgsgeschichte

From Dream Farm in Switzerland to Dream Resort in Indonesia

Switzerland, 28/11/2018

Indonesia, land of the 17,500 islands. One of them is Pulau Pef, a small, exotic and nearly un-touched paradise in the middle of nowhere. Against all odds, Maya Hadorn managed to build up a successful diving resort here, out of all places. Learn more about the unlikely story of an inspir-ing woman.

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Member report

BRNO, CZECH REPUBLIC

Czech Republic, 28/08/2018

Hi! Gruezi! :)

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Hotspots

Hotspots are places, where a significant percentage of Soliswiss members is living or which are frequently visited by travellers. At the same time, Hotspots show a high risk due to political factors. Emigrants, travelers and interested people receive here an assessment of the situation and its further development. Hotspots analysis are based on scientific reviews, reports and data.

Switzerland: South Africa at the Crossroads: How Expropriations of White Farmers Could Threaten Political StabilitySwitzerland: Nicaragua: A Country Plunged into ChaosSwitzerland: On the War Front: Up Close and Personal

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Nicaragua: A Country Plunged into Chaos

Switzerland, 25/09/2018

Mass protests, street battles, and human rights violations: what began as a peaceful protest against planned pension reforms by the government of Daniel Ortega was brutally broken up by Nicaraguan security forces, triggering a fatal spiral of violence that has led to the deaths of over 300 people. There is currently no sign of the situation stabilizing.

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Country Ranking 2018

The Soliswiss riskindex reports an assessment of the current risks in a certain Country. The index is based on five data records. The calculation results in a point value for each country of maximum 50 points in total. the higher the points, the higher the political risk.

Syria48Somalia47Yemen47Sudan46

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Political Risk Analysis

Civil war, strikes or simmering conflicts – numerous factors might pose a threat to your personal security. The political risk analysis investigates the current situation and provides an assessment thereof. Here you’ll find what a political risk is, who gets affected and how you can benefit from the risk analysis.

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