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Since the collapse of the Qaddafi regime in 2011, Libya has struggled to develop a cohesive, inclusive government.  Regional and political differences, existing and expanding patronage and influence networks, and deeply rooted tribal and militia dynamics create roadblocks to establishing a stable, effective government capable...

The recent Ebola outbreak in West Africa resulted in the evacuation of Western NGOs and corporate employees.  This reaction is understandable as there is no specific treatment or vaccination for the disease, and it is fatal for an estimated 60-65% of the infected population.  This...

What started as a class action lawsuit between a community in Ecuador and gas giant Chevron has turned into a 21-year international court battle, which shows no signs of stopping soon.  In December, a New York judge ordered Chevron to pay a $9 billion settlement...

Executives have a responsibility to maximize shareholder value. In today’s operating environment, communities have the ability to decrease corporate profits through litigation, agitation, protests and violence. A 2009 Harvard study, The Costs of Conflict with Local Communities in the Extractive Industry, identified these costs and...

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