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Natural resources and energy North America

Both America’s left and right have failed on environmental legislation

The United States needs a balanced, consistent approach to environmental policy making, not one prone to U-turns every election cycle.

Asia Pacific Economics

ASEAN faces banking union problems

While the ASEAN Banking Integration Framework (ABIF) shows great promise, the insistence on sticking to the so-called “ASEAN Way” threatens to undermine it.

Asia Pacific Economics

Assessing the investment climate in post-1MDB Malaysia

With Malaysia grappling with the prolonged fallout from the 1MDB scandal, has the scandal has caused a noticeable shift in Malaysia’s investment climate?

Natural resources and energy Sub-Saharan Africa Under The Radar

Under the Radar: Tanzania’s helium find risks greater instability over land

A new helium find will spur mining in Tanzania, yet this risks increasing tensions with indigenous communities over land rights, threatening investors.

Economics Technology and infrastructure

Inside the driverless car market

Policy makers and business leaders will need to act prudently in order to balance the benefits of driverless car technology with mitigating risks.

Europe Finance

New accountability regime set to more strictly regulate Britain’s financial sector

The Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SM&CR) came into force on March 7, 2016. This framework aims to increase the accountability of individuals at the top of financial services firms and

Debate Corner Economics North America

US presidential election 2016: Are Democrats or Republicans better for the economy?

GRI Debate: Which party offers the best economic vision for America? As the US presidential campaign to elect a successor to President Obama kicks into high gear, pundits hotly debate

North America Politics

Why Republicans have the best economic vision for 2016

In this debate series, GRI asked whether the Democrats or Republicans have a less politically risk vision in the 2016 presidential election. Jeff Moore presents why the Republicans’ vision of

Asia Pacific Finance

How 3 Asian countries are reacting to Bitcoin

While many associate digital currencies such as Bitcoin with places like Silicon Valley, in actuality the major region for cryptocurrency activity is Asia. The three largest economies in the Asia

International Security

Countering terrorism financing through anti-money laundering measures

It is time for re-regulation; Europe is strengthening its AML/CFT measures in order to lower current terrorist financing (TF) risks. “Money is the lifeblood of terrorist operations,” declared George Bush