New Policy Brief outlines the creation of a mechanism to issue ‘Social Bonds’ for Ukraine’s reconstruction to mobilize the vast resources of the private sector for Ukraine’s reconstruction in the near term.
WRMC’s Lloyd Axworthy and Fen Hampson write in the Globe and Mail that G7 leaders must stop dragging their feet and take Russia’s money now and redirect it to Ukraine.
Robert Currie says regardless of the route, it is important that any Canadian effort to repurpose Russian assets is principled and lawful. In times when Russia’s own conduct has imperilled international rule of law, this is the appropriate and necessary response.
Canada’s Approach to Seizing Frozen Assets and Holding Corrupt Leaders to Account A working paper produced as part of the World Refugee & Migration Council’s Canadian Task Force Against Global Corruption. Introduction Bad governance often causes forced displacement and is almost always associated with corruption. Grand corruption, defined as “the abuse of high-level power that benefits […]