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Nate Sibley

Research Fellow

Nate Sibley is a Research Fellow at Hudson Institute’s Kleptocracy Initiative. His research explores the relationship between authoritarian regimes, transnational corruption and U.S. national security. He works closely with the U.S. administration and Congress to advance innovative policies that safeguard the U.S. financial system, target foreign corruption, and advance US global leadership.

Nate is co-author of three Hudson reports including Countering Global Kleptocracy and his work has been published in Foreign Policy, The Washington Examiner and The Washington Post among others. He has appeared on the BBC and CNN, and hosts Hudson’s Making a Killing podcast.

Nate holds an MA in International Relations from the University of St. Andrews and was called to the Bar of England & Wales in 2012.

Securing America's Financial Borders

Securing America's Financial Borders

New Perspectives on Shared Security: NATO’s Next 70 Years

New Perspectives on Shared Security: NATO’s Next 70 Years

Countering Russian Kleptocracy

Countering Russian Kleptocracy April 17 Event