Ben Judah explores how globalized corruption became a threat to democracy and security.
On October 19, KI hosted a discussion of the threats posed by kleptocracy to the Baltics, Eastern Europe, and Ukraine.
How do the levers of corruption operate in Russia, who is in charge, and what are the geopolitical implications for the United States and its allies?
On April 29, 2015, Hudson Institute welcomed Congressman Jim McGovern and Bill Browder, author of Red Notice, to discuss the current impetus for passing the Global Magnitsky Act.
On February 3, 2015, Dr. Michael Pillsbury, Director of the Hudson Institute’s Center on Chinese Strategy; Representative J. Randy Forbes, Chairman of the Congressional China Caucus; and Hudson Senior Fellow Husain Haqqani discussed how to maintain U.S. competitiveness against China’s 100-year strategy.
On December 10, 2014, Professor Karen Dawisha discussed her years of research and timely book on Russian kleptocracy at the Hudson Institute.
On November 21, 2014, the Hudson Institute’s Kleptocracy Initiative hosted a discussion with Minxin Pei on the origins and implications of Chinese kleptocracy.