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Eat Your Chocolate & Strengthen Democracy

(Photo: Sarah Gerrity/Sweetsonian.com) Conflict chocolate is nothing new. West African countries produce seventy percent of raw cocoa worldwide, led by conflict-ridden Cote d’Ivoir... Read more

Perspectives: Stop Pay-to-Play Politics Paperblog Pick in Politics

Perspectives: How to Stop Pay-to-Play Politics

by Shreya Barot, American Sustainable Business Council The American democratic principles of “government of the people, by the people, for the people” are now being endangered by a... Read more

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    The 29 June 2011 by   Center For International Private Enterprise
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