Economic Development

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Corrupt, Violent And Overcrowded: Inside Latin America’s Prisons

By Neil Pyper The recent escape of Mexican drug cartel leader Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán from a Mexican maximum-security prison was a high profile example of the failings of prison systems throughout Latin America. His escape through a 1.5km tunnel made a mockery of the jail’s security and also raised serious questions about corruption. Seven … Continue reading

Russians Can Learn From Polish Dissatisfaction – OpEd

To say that Poland’s recently concluded presidential election, in which Andrzej Duda of the Law and Justice party triumphed over the incumbent Bronislaw Komorowski of Civic Platform, was a “surprise” would be a pretty significant understatement. By Mark Adomanis I read quite a few of the pre-election forecasts in various Western magazines and newspapers and I can’t recall a single one that gave Duda even a remote chance of winning. Komorowski’s … Continue reading

China’s ‘Silk Road’ Praised By Experts, Backed By More Than 50 States

China’s 21st Century Maritime ‘Silk Road’ initiative has received backing and high praise from more than 50 states and international organizations and aims at bolstering the economic development of the Asia-Pacific. By Sputnik News China’s 21st Century Maritime ‘Silk Road’ project aimed at boosting the economic development of the Asia-Pacific region has received high praise from international experts. … Continue reading

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