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Manny Manriquez 19h
58% of attendees at conference vote that by the end of summer, the US-Japan trade negotiations will not be concluded, with a resolution more likely in the fall
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Heather Kulp Jun 18
“ The real value from energy projects comes when you get the partnership part right” - Asia Pacific President Nigel Hearne talking this morning
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Manny Manriquez 20h
Audience at conference have voted that is most promising initiative for Asian economic integration, beating the Belt and Road Initiative
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Manny Manriquez 19h
About 80% of conference attendees voted that most likely impact of Trump admin policy in Asia will lead to “regional economic integration initiatives that exclude the US”
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Intelliwings 19h
Deborah Elms : Why would anyone sign an agreement with this administration? They’ll go through very painful domestic reforms just for the agreement to be thrown in the trash via a tweet.
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Manny Manriquez 19h
Deborah Elms of notes that China joining will pose complications for the US, “which is why they’re considering it.”
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CIPE Africa Jun 18
Replying to @AWilsonCIPE
Although the local private sector in emerging markets face the challenges of weak rule of law & corruption on a daily basis, they lack the tools and awareness to push for rule of law, and are more exposed in their vulnerabilities, says at
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Anita Dec 12
Great discussion at on breaking barriers in global health by supporting, mentoring and advocating for girls and women.
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CSIS Europe Program Jun 14
Replying to @CSISEurope
“Today’s challenges require us to work together as a group of nations; undermining multilateralism sows problems for the future”
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CSIS Europe Program Jun 14
Replying to @CSISEurope
When it comes to the North Atlantic, Portugal is increasing its maritime capabilities to tackle sources of instability in the Atlantic
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CSIS Europe Program Jun 14
Replying to @CSISEurope
“Nowhere else in the world can the United States find stronger allies than in Europe”
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The GFF Dec 12
“We talk about incremental change but we could have transformational change now, and I think that’s because there’s recognition that economic growth comes from investing in people” - at discussion on women’s leadership in global health
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Intelliwings 19h
Deborah Elms : If can do then can join too. No reason China can’t do what’s necessary to join.
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Manny Manriquez 19h
At conference, Deborah Elms of asks the critical question: why would anyone want to negotiate a trade agreement with this administration, especially after what happened with Mexico?
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CIPE Africa Jun 18
Replying to @AWilsonCIPE
To make SDG 16 (rule of law) successful, you need two elements, says : 1) Political will at the local level and grassroots civil society willing to educate & be a watchdog 2) Strategies that are incremental in approach
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CIPE Africa Jun 18
Replying to @AWilsonCIPE
Chinese capital obeys the laws of the countries it enters. Where local laws are weak Chinese capital doesn't feel constrained by international standards. It has a corrosive effect with different degrees of acidity, says
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CIPE Africa Jun 18
Replying to @AWilsonCIPE
If you don't have laws, regulations & rule of law that slowly raises playing field, you have more of a recipe for corruption, because people are going to look for most expedient way to avoid unworkable situations, says
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Bala Murthy Dec 19
Innovation, Partnership, and Self-Reliance: Health Policy Lessons from India’s Bihar State . Invited and participating in this conference. This group has done an outstanding job improving health of women & children
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Liz Mar 28
“Communities that understand what genocisde looks like, what enslavement looks like — we’re the answer.” - 👏🏿👏🏾👏🏽👏🏼 Such an inspirational morning at the event Perspectives: WOC in International Affairs.
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Intelliwings 21h
Looking forward to hearing about - international trade at the annual Conference today.
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