Please join Hudson Institute for a foreign policy address by Senator Jim Risch, ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and leading cosponsor of the REPO for Ukrainians Act.
Please join Hudson Institute for a discussion with Gintarė Skaistė, the Lithuanian minister of finance, on the impact of sanctions on the Russian economy—and what more the democratic allies can do to strengthen their scope and enforcement in order to constrain Russia’s war economy and support Ukrainian victory.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Please join Hudson Institute for a discussion with Crin Bologa, Romania’s top anti-corruption prosecutor, on recent developments and opportunities for further progress.
In 2008, Russia invaded and illegally occupied one-fifth of the Republic of Georgia. Now Moscow’s authoritarian influence again threatens the country. Please join leading Georgian and US experts at Hudson Institute for a discussion on countering Russia’s influence in Georgia.
Please join Hudson Research Fellow Nate Sibley and Michael Forsythe, co-author of When McKinsey Comes to Town, for a discussion on the consultancy giant’s work in China and how it illustrates the broader challenges of the private sector’s engagement with powerful authoritarian regimes.
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Join Hudson Institute for a panel discussion with Hudson’s Kleptocracy Initiative and distinguished experts on opportunities for U.S. global leadershi
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