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Countering Global Kleptocracy
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Countering Global Kleptocracy

Hudson Institute will host an event to discuss efforts to counter transnational kleptocracy. Panelists will include Foreign Policy Senior Editor James Palmer and Global Witness Policy Officer Alexandria Robins. The discussion will be moderated by Hudson Research Fellow Ben Judah.

Corruption continues to devastate the world’s poorest and most vulnerable populations, but many overlook how it is facilitated by legal and financial loopholes in the West. This imported corruption threatens democratic institutions and national security in the U.S. and Europe alike. Panelists will address how China, Russia, and other adversarial regimes exploit the global financial system for geopolitical ends and consider policy options to counter these threats.

NOTE: This event is open to the press. All members of the media should RSVP to [email protected]

Speakers

Ben Judah Moderator

Research Fellow, Kleptocracy Initiative, Hudson Institute

James Palmer

Senior Editor, Foreign Policy

Alexandria Robins

Policy Officer, Proceeds of Corruption, Global Witness

Clay R. Fuller

Expert Advisor on Grand Corruption, International Republican Institute

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