Category Archives: Center for International Private Enterprise

Protecting democracy and human rights: still the indispensable nation?

     

Monday December 10 is International Human Rights Day. Is the United States still the indispensable nation when it comes to advancing democracy and protecting human rights defenders? After World War… Read more »

Saving liberal democracy from the extremes?

     

  Larry Diamond of Stanford University has argued that liberal democracy has four necessary and sufficient elements: free and fair elections; active participation of people, as citizens; protection of the… Read more »

How ‘corrosive capital’ threatens democracy

     

Foreign direct investment and government-to-government economic development assistance are critical for emerging economies, the Center for International Private Enterprise observes. Foreign direct investment also signifies a vote of confidence in… Read more »

How to reclaim the internet for democracy

     

How are various groups working to ensure that the internet remains an open platform for democratic engagement? What are the biggest challenges they face? What can be done to support… Read more »

Cybersecurity Campaign Playbook: new tools to counter online disinformation

     

Last week’s elections in the Indian state of Karnataka caught the world’s attention as headlines called out the prodigious use and misuse of WhatsApp messaging. But it is not the first… Read more »