On October 11th, 2017, KI held a discussion of Ilya Zaslavskiy’s report on the export of corrosive values and practices.
Belinda Li on why the U.S. investor visa scheme needs urgent reform.
Casey Michel on challenges to the United States’ outdated anti-money laundering regime.
David Satter, Senior Fellow at Hudson Institute and Kleptocracy Initiative Advisory Council Member, testified before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs.
U.S. real estate remains an easy investment opportunity for the corrupt and criminal.
The Vilnius Declaration advances fundamental principles to be observed by the United States and its democratic allies in developing proactive policies in response to continued Russian aggression.
For 13 years, realtors have not been required to research or report questionable transactions. The result is that foreign politicians and criminals suspected of money laundering have been buying up US real estate.
In the case of real estate, there may be a practical way to force disclosure of beneficial ownership.
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.
For a long time now, the West has lived off its Cold War reputation in Eastern Europe: looked to as a beacon of democracy or the defender of the dissident underground. But this reputation is now spent, thanks to Western complicity in offshore finance’s pillage of post-Soviet states.