Monthly Archives: September 2017

By Emily Frith

This report by the Education Policy Institute (EPI) examines new data on access to specialist treatment for children and young…

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By Anja Shortland; Tom Keatinge

This paper examines kidnapping as a source of terrorist finance, arguing that a new approach is needed if terrorist groups…

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By Algirdas Brochard

The ongoing Basel IV discussions seek to impose additional capital requirement on banks, a move that would disproportionately affect those…

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By Various Authors

The report identifies key trends and areas of potential economic collaboration in the coming decade. It cites the ‘significant opportunities’…

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By Kevin Dowd

On November 30th 2016, the Bank of England released the results of its third publicly disclosed set of stress tests…

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By James Rogers

The reality of British geopolitical capability means Britain is poised to thrive post-Brexit. Is Britain in decline? Following the EU…

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By James Rogers

The UK is the most geopolitically capable country in Europe, and comes second only to the United States globally, according…

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By Helena Wood

This paper makes the case for the wider use of financial investigation techniques in the fight against serious and organised…

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By Cathy Haenlein; Tom Keatinge

This paper explores the financial dimensions of wildlife crime, and the need to disrupt the financial networks of those engaged…

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