Alissa Kole is the founder and managing director of GOVERN Center, a governance and strategy boutique advisory firm, a former senior official at the OECD and a former LSE Fellow. She is a senior advisor to government and private sector leaders, leveraging her experience as an internationally recognised expert specialising in economic and corporate governance. For the past 15 years, Alissa has been helping policymakers and private sector leaders address challenges related to private and state-owned governance, financial market development and innovation, institution building and regulatory reform. Prior to founding GOVERN, Alissa launched and led the OECD's regional project in the Middle East and North Africa for a decade, in particular developing a unique programme on governance in the region. During her decade-long career at the OECD, she has worked closely with ministers, heads of stock exchanges, capital market regulators, and central bankers and the private sector.
Russia’s increasing isolation from the world order is a reflection of its failed governance over the years