CIPE in the News

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CIPE-NSD Open Forum: Defending Liberal Democracy in Emerging Markets

01.30.2017 | CIPE in News | Greg Lebedev |
“The Deterioration of Democracy: Out of Sight, Out of Mind” Full Event Audio Keynote Address Let me welcome everyone to a very timely conversation about the state of so-called liberal democracies and the role of free markets in their success and survival. As part of today’s event we a...

Andrew Wilson in Reuters BreakingViews: Benefits of the TFA

03.24.2017 | CIPE in News | Andrew Wilson
Tools of trade This article originally appeared in Reuters breakingviews, and is written by Andrew Wilson. The escalating war on globalization is causing collateral damage. Politicians increasingly blame the economic problems confronting large sections of the American population on trade deals. Rath...

CIPE Expert quoted in US News & World Report

05.12.2017 | CIPE in News | Maiko Nakagaki
The Dangers of a Not-So Neutral ‘Net Moves by the U.S. are the latest among countries fueling anxiety over online privacy and access. This piece originally appeared in U.S. News and World Report, and was written by Assistant Managing Editor Kevin Drew. British comedian and talk show host John...

CIPE discusses Women’s Entrepreneurship in Bustle

05.24.2017 | CIPE in News
Saudi Arabia & The UAE Are Throwing Money At Their Women’s Rights Problem This article originally appeared in Bustle and is written by Alexandra Spychalsky. Earlier this week, in the midst of Donald Trump’s Middle East trip, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates announced that t...

CIPE Partner UNACOIS Meeting with Senegalese President

09.05.2017 | CIPE in News |
UNACOIS, CIPE’s longtime partner, made national headlines in Senegal in July, when it hosted a policy forum with Senegal’s President Macky Sall and other key government representatives. UNACOIS members from all regional chapters, as well as from the association’s youth and women’s sections, ...

Abdulwahab Alkebsi interviewed in PBS segment on Yemen

11.13.2017 | CIPE in News | Abdulwahab Alkebsi |
A brutal, three-year civil war in Yemen has drawn in regional and global powers, led to the fastest growing cholera epidemic and, perhaps soon, famine. A Saudi coalition is lifting a recent blockade on the country after aid groups warned it would trigger a humanitarian disaster, but millions remain ...

Futbol: The Real Antidote to Social Instability

02.01.2018 | CIPE in News | Greg Lebedev
Remarks to the Conference on the Importance of Business to Democratic Governance and the Signing of the Ouagadougou Declaration Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso | January 16-17, 2018   Your Excellency, President Kabore, the host of this conference, President Issoufou of Niger, President Keita of Mali,...

CIPE Report on “Corrosive Capital” cited in The Hill

02.02.2018 | CIPE in News
Beyond sanctions: On Russia policy, Congress should focus on new tools This opinion piece originally appeared in The Hill, and is written by Edoardo Saravalle. The Trump administration shocked observers by not imposing new Russia-related sanctions by a January 29 deadline. This decision came on the ...

CIPE Expert Writes Anti-Corruption Blog

05.15.2018 | CIPE in News | CIPE
Private sector participation in the Global Magnitsky Act Katya Lysova, a Senior Program Officer for Eurasia at the Center for International Private Enterprise, wrote about the Magnitsky Act for the FCPA blog. Read it here. ...
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