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Why is one of the world’s worst places to do business also one of the world’s most attractive destinations for investors? India rates 6th on the top 10 list of the world’s worst business environments, according to a recent CNBC survey, but it also lands...

While Guinea holds its collective breath awaiting the Presidential election results, one thing is inevitable: violence will ensue. Land Reform & Ethnic Tensions Land claims and ethnic tensions have been part of Guinea’s social landscape since the early 1990’s and the basis for altercations between the Konainke’...

Understanding and accepting risk is an integral part of the private equity (PE) due diligence process. Traditional methods rely on sponsors and their investment banking partners to conduct conference calls with consultants, accountants and law firms to answer questions developed by the deal team to...

Accurately assessing risk is a critical factor within each phase of the private equity business model. From fundraising to the ultimate sell-side transaction, evaluating and mitigating risk is fundamental to the success and sustainability of a private equity business. Some private equity firms have not...

American’s capitalist ideology and cultural impressions of Cuban society ignores core aspects of Cuban identity and sets the new diplomatic and economic relationship up to fail. As the media and travel publications headily point out, the ongoing thaw between the two countries offers a host...

The 2010 Supreme Court ruling handed advocacy groups a distinct advantage over campaigns: the ability to raise unlimited funds from donors. In the 2012 elections, Super PACs spent over $600 million—approximately 50 percent of the total expenditure of the combined Obama and Romney campaigns. The...

Remember when you were sick as a kid and your mom asked you to take your medicine but you didn’t want to because it didn’t taste good? Today, it is America who is sick and nobody wants to take the medicine because it does not...

Socio-political change is happening across the globe at a pace not previously experienced in history. This is particularly true within the Gulf States. Each day, growing unrest is visible through dissident activity, protests, strikes, and violence. Frustration and anger once repressed is now acted upon....

// Traditional Security; an Outdated Concept // / Problem / Traditional security methods, which focus on physical and technical capabilities, cannot by themselves overcome the complex dynamics unleashed by identity conflict. In today’s interconnected world, outdated security concepts are no longer adequate to safeguard operations. Gates, guards,...

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