As Venezuela’s parliamentary elections on December 6 approach, the country must address the five negative trends that are constraining its development.Read more »
On August 10th, the following post by BCAS Chairperson Dante Disparte and Junior Adjunct Fellow John Bugnacki appeared on International Policy Digest. On June 10, 2015, at the 25th African Union Summit in Cairo, Egypt, African leaders signed the Tripartite Free Trade Agreement (TFTA). Prior to its signing, the agreement had been in negotiations […]Read more »
On Tuesday, the Modernizing Foreign Assistance Network (MFAN) hosted the event ACCOUNTdown to 2017. The primary dialogue centered on how aid donor countries and their partners could reform and necessitate international standards in order to guarantee aid effectiveness.Read more »
Panel discussion on how entrepreneurs can find investment opportunities and funding.
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Burundi is currently undergoing an electoral crisis whose outcome is vitally important for the United States, African countries, and the world as a whole.
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In a post for DipNote, the State Department’s Official Blog, Ambassador Daniel Sepulveda outlined how the US plans to help Cuba usher in the Digital Age. “Titled the “Cuba Digital and Telecommunications Advancement Act” (the “Cuba DATA Act”), the legislation would reaffirm the authority of the President to permit exports of telecommunications and technology services […]Read more »