Nate Sibley

Research Fellow

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At A Glance:

Nate Sibley is a research fellow with Hudson Institute’s Kleptocracy Initiative.

Biography

Nate Sibley is a research fellow with Hudson Institute’s Kleptocracy Initiative. His research explores the relationship between authoritarianism, corruption and other illicit finance, and national security.

Mr. Sibley works closely with the US government and its allies to advance innovative policies in the fields of anti-money laundering, economic statecraft, and democracy promotion. His work is credited with helping to elevate transnational corruption as a core US national security concern.

Mr. Sibley publishes frequently in leading publications, including the Wall Street Journal, Foreign Policy, and the Washington Post; has appeared on the BBC, CNN, and NPR; and hosts Hudson’s Making a Killing podcast.

 

Events
31
March 2023
In-Person Event | Hudson Institute
Has the United States Given Up on Venezuela?
Featured Speakers:
Marshall Billingslea
Carrie Filipetti
José R. Cárdenas
Nate Sibley
An anti-Maduro demonstrator waves a Venezuelan flag in front of the Venezuelan National Police officers during a demonstration against the government of Nicolás Maduro organized by supporters of Juan Guaidó on March 10, 2020, in Caracas, Venezuela. (Edilzon Gamez/Getty Images)
31
March 2023
In-Person Event | Hudson Institute
Has the United States Given Up on Venezuela?

Please join Hudson Institute to discuss what has gone wrong with US policy toward Venezuela and how the Biden administration and 118th Congress can reinvigorate efforts to support democracy so that all Venezuelans can have a brighter future.

An anti-Maduro demonstrator waves a Venezuelan flag in front of the Venezuelan National Police officers during a demonstration against the government of Nicolás Maduro organized by supporters of Juan Guaidó on March 10, 2020, in Caracas, Venezuela. (Edilzon Gamez/Getty Images)
Featured Speakers:
Marshall Billingslea
Carrie Filipetti
José R. Cárdenas
Nate Sibley
10
February 2023
Past Event
State Threats, Illicit Finance, and Economic Security with the Rt. Hon. Tom Tugendhat
Featured Speakers:
The Rt. Hon. Tom Tugendhat MBE VR MP
Marshall Billingslea
Moderator:
Nate Sibley
(UK Government Photo)
10
February 2023
Past Event
State Threats, Illicit Finance, and Economic Security with the Rt. Hon. Tom Tugendhat

Please join Hudson's Nate Sibley and Marshall Billingslea for a discussion with UK Minister of State for Security Tom Tugendhat on elevating transatlantic initiatives to counter economic and financial threats.

(UK Government Photo)
Featured Speakers:
The Rt. Hon. Tom Tugendhat MBE VR MP
Marshall Billingslea
Moderator:
Nate Sibley
07
February 2023
Past Event
The Corrupting Influence of Chinese Development Aid in Angola
Featured Speakers:
Rafael Marques de Morais
Jenai Cox
Nate Sibley
Moderator:
Thomas J. Duesterberg
Angolan President Joao Lourenco (R, front) meets with visiting Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang in Luanda, Angola, Jan. 13, 2023. (Photo by Chen Cheng/Xinhua via Getty Images)
07
February 2023
Past Event
The Corrupting Influence of Chinese Development Aid in Angola

Join Hudson Institute and International Republican Institute experts in welcoming award-winning Angolan investigative journalist Rafael Marques as he presents new information about the malign influence of Chinese aid.

Angolan President Joao Lourenco (R, front) meets with visiting Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang in Luanda, Angola, Jan. 13, 2023. (Photo by Chen Cheng/Xinhua via Getty Images)
Featured Speakers:
Rafael Marques de Morais
Jenai Cox
Nate Sibley
Moderator:
Thomas J. Duesterberg
19
January 2023
Past Event
Task Force KleptoCapture: A Conversation with Director Andrew Adams
Featured Speakers:
Andrew Adams
Nate Sibley
A local boat resident feeds local birdlife alongside the 58m (192ft) £38m super-yacht 'Phi' which remains seized at 'Dollar Bay' in London Docklands, impounded by the UK's National Crime Agency (NCA) because of sanctions against Putin associates during the Russian invasion of Ukraine, on 30th March 2022, in London, England. The Phi has its own swimming pool and infinite wine cellar, according to its Dutch builders. Its ownership is uncertain but it is believed to be owned by a Russian businessman with links
19
January 2023
Past Event
Task Force KleptoCapture: A Conversation with Director Andrew Adams

Please join Hudson Research Fellow Nate Sibley and Andrew Adams, director of Task Force KleptoCapture, to discuss recent developments in the unit’s ongoing work to hold Russian elites and their facilitators accountable.

A local boat resident feeds local birdlife alongside the 58m (192ft) £38m super-yacht 'Phi' which remains seized at 'Dollar Bay' in London Docklands, impounded by the UK's National Crime Agency (NCA) because of sanctions against Putin associates during the Russian invasion of Ukraine, on 30th March 2022, in London, England. The Phi has its own swimming pool and infinite wine cellar, according to its Dutch builders. Its ownership is uncertain but it is believed to be owned by a Russian businessman with links
Featured Speakers:
Andrew Adams
Nate Sibley
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Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei attends the joint graduation ceremony of armed forces cadets at Imam Hussein Military University in Tehran, Iran, on October 3, 2022. (Iranian Leader Press Office/Handout/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
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