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Democracy that Delivers #342: FEDN Small Grants: Making the Case for Democracy

09.14.2022 |
Free Enterprise and Democracy Network (FEDN) Small Grant awardees Milos Nikolic of Libek in Serbia, Grace Nzou of Niusline Media in Kenya, and Yemi Adamolekun of Enough is Enough in Nigeria speak with Tamari Dzotsenidze, Associate Program Officer for CIPE’s Policy and Program L...

Reflections on Local Elections in Nepal Focus: Kathmandu Metropolitan City

08.16.2022
Nepal recently announced a November 20 general election date to elect representatives to Parliament and provincial assemblies. Meanwhile, analysts continue to discuss key takeaways from the outcomes of the country’s local elections held on May 13, as the winners settle into office. The May electio...

Heightened Tensions in the Taiwan Strait Force Companies to Recalculate Risks

08.05.2022
For decades companies worldwide benefited from the stability and predictability of the Asia-Pacific region, which enabled them to make wise investment and business decisions. Yet recent events, particularly U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s recent trip to Taiwan, underscore growing regional politi...

Democracy that Delivers #336: ASEAN and Cambodia’s Foreign Policy Implications

08.03.2022 |
Gregory Poling, Senior Fellow and Director at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), and Charles Dunst, associate at The Asia Group and fellow at CSIS, join Jennifer Anderson, Senior Program Officer for CIPE’s Asia and Pacific Team to discuss the implications of Camb...

The 2022 Elections: What’s at Stake for Philippine Democracy?

04.21.2022
What does a boxing icon, a retired police general, a labor leader-activist, a former actor, a widow-human rights lawyer and son of a former dictator have in common?  They form part of a crowded field of aspirants seeking to become the 17th president of the Philippines.  Elections in the middle of ...
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