Chilean citizens vote to reject the new Constitution

September 4, 2022

On Sunday, Chilean citizens were called to vote to accept or reject a new constitution proposed by a recently called constitutional Convention. With an all-time-high of more than 13 million Chileans participating, the new Constitution was rejected by 62% of voters .

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Argentina Declares National Holiday following Assassination Attempt on Vice-President Kirchner

September 2, 2022

Following an attempt on the life of the Vice-President of Argentina, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, on Thursday night outside her home, the National Government has established a national holiday on Friday 2 September.

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Reflections on the NATO Summit: Implications for the Future

August 24, 2022

The June NATO Summit in Madrid, understandably focused heavily on Russia’s brutal War in Ukraine, and its wider threat to other countries in Europe. 

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Industry Experts and Policymakers collaborate on Digital Asset Regulation at Bloomberg Crypto Summit

July 26, 2022

The Bloomberg Crypto Summit convened in July with notable players in the digital assets space coming together to discuss the issues shaping the industry.

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The recent G7 Summit: Tough issues and the biggest challenges for western democracies in decades

July 14, 2022

Of the many G7 Summits I have played a role in, from their inception in 1975 in Rambouillet, France until now, this one posed the greatest number of challenges to Western nations represented there.

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H.R. 8152, American Data Privacy and Protection Act

June 29, 2022

After years of debate on a workable federal data privacy legislation, Congressional lawmakers are actively discussing a potential solution. On June 3rd, key members of the House and Senate committees released a discussion draft of the “American Data Privacy and Protection Act” (ADPPA) as a sign of bipartisan, bicameral support; the bill was formally introduced on June 21st.

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