Western Companies Can Help Ukraine by Sending Work
Ukraine’s tech outsourcing sector, one of Europe’s largest, has adapted nimbly to the war.
Chile Bets Big on Green Hydrogen
The country aims to lure investors and become a global clean energy hub.
How Corporate Boycotts Could Backfire
Activists seeking to shame companies doing business in Russia should be consistent in their moralism—and consider the consequences if Chinese consumers decide to punish the West.
Foreign Companies Could Lose Everything in Russia
Asset seizure and hostage diplomacy are likely as Moscow spirals.
Russia Can Win in Ukraine Without Firing a Shot
If the Kremlin can make Ukrainian businesses uninsurable, it will destroy the economy.
Online Warriors Are a Risky but Useful Tool for Beijing
Cyber-nationalists are uncomfortably reminiscent of the Red Guards of the 1960s.
Congress Takes on Crypto
Key Takeaways from the House Financial Services and Senate Banking Committees’ Cryptocurrency Hearings
The Doomed Voyage of Pepsi’s Soviet Navy
A three-decade dream of communist markets ended in the scrapyard.
Nigeria’s Cinematic Witches Were Rooted in Horrifying Reality
Witch hunts against the poor and vulnerable remain a serious problem.
Future of Money – Cryptocurrency Database
Regulatory frameworks and approaches analyzed in Part II of this Power Map series have been collected in FPA’s Cryptocurrency Database, a navigable tool developed exclusively for FP Insider.
Chinese Censorship Is Going Global
Beijing is not content to stop stifling free speech at the water’s edge. Western companies and institutions must put liberty before profits.
Future of Money – Part 3
A comprehensive picture of the forces and actors that are critical to understanding and navigating the future financial system.
Western Expats Are No Longer Safe in China
Beijing’s swift release of two Canadians held on trumped-up charges confirms that Xi Jinping is prepared to stoop to the level of late Libyan dictator Muammar al-Qaddafi and engage in hostage diplomacy.
Future of Money – Part 2
The widespread adoption of cryptocurrencies could undermine governments' control over monetary policies and disrupt global finance.
China’s Social Credit System Is Actually Quite Boring
A supposedly Orwellian system is fragmented, localized, and mostly targeted at businesses.
Future of Money – Part 1
Driven by perceived U.S. sanctions overreach, numerous countries now seek to circumvent the dollar-dominated financial system. Emerging technologies are paving the way.
Big Tech’s Stranglehold on Artificial Intelligence Must Be Regulated
The technology is too important to be left in the clutches of Silicon Valley.
Hong Kong Has Gotten Seriously Risky for International Business
The national security law is a direct threat to foreign firms.
China’s Ultramarathon Tragedy Was a Fad Gone Bad
Inexperienced companies rushing into badly regulated new sectors is a recipe for disaster.