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Threats to Media Freedom Can Hurt Investment Prospects in Poland

08.23.2021
Media freedom is the cornerstone of democracy, yet in many countries around the world independent media outlets are under threat. The latest example comes from Poland where – despite widespread public protests – the Parliament advanced a new law restricting foreign ownership of local broadcaste...

Youth Perspective from Zambia Amid Key Elections

08.14.2021
Editor’s Note: Zambia’s vast youth population and its huge voter turnout on August 12 will likely drive the outcome of tense elections.  Zambia is facing deep economic challenges and rising unemployment. The current government has cut education spending and recently enacted Internet blackouts. ...

CIPE Meets with Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok

08.13.2021
    CIPE was honored to meet with his excellency Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok this week to brief him on CIPE’s work in Sudan. The Prime Minister mentioned attending a CIPE conference in Ghana many years ago. We look forward to working with the Government of Sudan on creating an enablin...

Inaugural FEDN Conference Points to a Path Forward

07.02.2021
As the pace of COVID vaccination increases, the pace of economic activity around the world should increase as well. This will present opportunities, but also challenges. How can we renew faith in and reliance on democracy and free markets as the planet transitions to a post-COVID world? To begin se...

The Fight for Democracy in Senegal and Uganda

05.21.2021
Government corruption acts as a clear barrier to democracy and free enterprise around the world. In Africa, many nations have experienced this firsthand. Often, turbulent transfers of power, restrictive control of resources, and the will of the people being ignored are common occurrences. As 2021 pr...
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