Nov 24, 2015
Next week, nations gather in Paris for the 21st Conference of Parties (COP21) with the goal of establishing a global plan to address climate change. CGD Senior Fellow Frances Seymour discusses what's on the agenda in Paris and what success might look like.
Nov 17, 2015
At CGD's report launch event, Dr. Nathan Sheets, US Under Secretary of Treasury for International Affairs, called for banks and policymakers to address the problems that anti-money laundering laws create for developing countries. I sat down with him afterwards to record this interview.
Nov 10, 2015
Anti–money laundering / combating the financing of terror (AML/CFT) laws are meant to prevent international flows of funds to criminal terror groups. However, they also have unintended consequences for people in developing countries. This week's podcast asks, how can we make AML/CFT laws more equitable and promote...
Nov 3, 2015
Around 2 billion people have no legal form of identity. In this podcast, Alan Gelb and Mariana Dahan argue that identification is a critical part of at least 10 of the Sustainable Development Goals.