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Will Democracy work for Africa’s Largest Economy?

02.15.2019
The following is part 3 of a 3 part series by Ryan Musser about Nigeria’s elections postponed to Saturday, February 23, 2019. Read parts 1 and 2.    As Africa’s largest economy goes to the polls, its economic struggles lay heavy on the minds of many voters. The statistics are grim. Nigeria...

Overcoming Nigeria’s Crippling Threat of Corruption

02.14.2019
The following is part 2 of a 3 part series by Ryan Musser about Nigeria’s elections postponed to Saturday, February 23, 2019. Read part 1 here.    As Nigeria heads to the polls on February 16, corruption remains an endemic issue in Africa’s largest economy, harming its public finances, det...

Elections and Democracy in Nigeria

02.13.2019
The following is part 1 of a 3 part series by Ryan Musser about Nigeria’s elections postponed to Saturday, February 23, 2019. This Saturday, the most populous country and largest economy in Africa heads to the polls for national elections in Nigeria. According to Jibrin Ibrahim of the Centre ...

Democracy That Delivers #143: The State of Democracy with Clay Fuller

02.05.2019 |
There seems to be a perception that democracy is on a decline, but Clay Fuller, a Jeane Kirkpatrick Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute feels this is incorrect. Democracy is not in crisis, instead, we have changed how we see and define it. In short, democracy is the game of rule, while auto...

Corporate Compliance Diplomacy: How Foreign Capital Confronts Global Corruption

01.28.2019
Knowing Zimbabwe’s political and governance history, you will forgive me for attending a workshop hosted by CIPE’s Compliance Training Partner, Latilla Investments, with very low expectations about how interested participants would be in this subject matter and how little awareness or expertise ...
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