Karima Essabbak, of the World Forum Lille, discusses whether or not corporate social responsibility is a value or a product and what success companies are finding from their CSR strategies.
Shadab Fareeduddin, a CSR expert from Pakistan, discusses CSR in an Islamic context, answering the question of whether or not CSR and Islam can coexist.
Can Islam be a motivation for corporate social responsibility (CSR)? Do Islamic corporations have a stronger morally obligation to act responsibly? Is CSR a product that the private sector uses as a PR tool or is it a value that firms must embrace to be sustainable? To answer these and other questions, the Hollings Center…
Alexander Cooley, professor at Barnard College, gives his overview of the New Silk Road Strategy and his view on the major challenges to its implementation.
Volker Jacoby discusses his views on the main problem with the New Silk Road strategy, namely the problems of “donor-driven” strategies as opposed to region-driven initiatives.