Corruption Sanctions

  Extraterritoriality of Sanctions from a Corruption Lens   The end of World War II shaped a new world order steering away from military confrontations, marking the birth of international initiatives that came to play a prominent role in the international diplomacy. These initiatives introduced international and regional organisations that took part in international politics…

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Gender Policy making

  Righting The Wrongs of Gender Policy Making in MEA Under both international scrutiny and support, the MEA (Middle East and Africa)* region has witnessed many breakthroughs on women’s rights and empowerment in recent years. But to a trouble-laden and often volatile geopolitical backdrop – coupled with socioeconomic shakeups to boot – these developments have…

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The Fine Print

The definition of ‘Fine Print’ according to Investopedia: “Contract terms and conditions, disclosures or other important information that are not included in the main body of a document, but in footnotes or a supplemental document. Reading and understanding the fine print is essential when entering into an agreement. It often contains information that the issuer…

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            Some people are drawn to independence and risk taking and would rather open their own business than live the comfort and stability of an employment.   Studies have shown that a successful business generates more profits than a monthly salary; yet the risks are higher and the first years…

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