Tag Archives: governance

When Tax Accountants Lobby for Sustainability

We need a simple, global scoring system so businesses can quickly assess the sustainability impact of any financial decision.

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Governance Vs. Democracy

Why U.S. foreign policy should focus on “good governance” instead of “democracy.”

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Malaysia’s Big Surprise

Last week’s election result is a major milestone in the racial politics of Malaysia. They point to a mature democracy based on the rule of law.

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Facebook & Co.: How to Stop Surveillance Capitalism

Facebook, Google & Co. are the new quasi-royal sovereigns. Their algorithmic de-facto laws do not require the approval of any of our parliaments.

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Has China Got It All Figured Out?

It’s not at all clear that China’s Communist Party has found a better model of governance. Faster? Yes. Better? That depends what price you’re willing to pay.

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India’s Winter of Discontent

India’s improvement in The Ease of Doing Business index is the first tangible proof of Modi’s election promise of “maximum governance, minimum government.”

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Africa as a Global Test Case

Has the time for a new global approach to Africa finally arrived?

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The End of American Exceptionalism?

America, on the road to become like Europe’s social democracies, is losing its exceptionalism.

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Myanmar’s Phantom Capital

Why did Myanmar’s generals build a new capital in the middle of nowhere?

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Elections Do Not Make Democracy

Should the U.S. continue to support autocratic regimes, wherever they provide for a stable geopolitical situation?

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