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.
This index indicates the risk level of a certain country. The Solisiwiss Riskindex is based on data from five rankings and demonstrates the hazard covering all political riskfactors.
Freedom in the World Index9/10
This index is based on political rights and civil rights in a certain country. The countries are divided into one of four classes depending on the situation. The Index appears annually and is published by the Freedom House Organization.
Global Peace Index10/10
The Index appears annually from the Economics and Peace Institute. The countries are divided into one of five ranking classes based on their security risk. Unrests, strikes and revolts as well as war-based conflicts or post-war events are covered in these rankings.
Global Terrorism Index8/10
Also published by the Economics and Peace Institute annually, the Global Terrorism Index measures the influence and the risk of terrorism per country. A country is divided into one of six ranking classes based on an average of the last five years.
Corruption Perceptions Index9/10
This index measures the degree of corruption in the public sectors based on expert opinions. A high level of corruption weakens security, extortion and kidnappings increases and criminality grows. The publisher is the Transparency International Organization. The countries are classified annually into one of ten corruption classes.
Fragile States Index10/10
The index measures the intensity of armed conflicts on a national and international level. The conflict barometer divides every country into one of six categories, varying from no violent conflict to war. The publisher of the annual barometer Heidelberg Conflict Research Institute of the University of Heidelberg.