Tanya Johnson to Attend the 13th Annual Global Citizenship Conference in London
The Event Will Focus on Issues of Migration, Including Global Mobility, Legislation, and Financial Stability
As an advocate for refugees around the world, Tanya Johnson will attend the 13th Annual ...
On the Brink of War: Diffusing Tensions Between Pakistan and India
Mounting Protests in Kashmir and the Risk of Nuclear War
The region known as Kashmir has been at the center of an ongoing international dispute since the partition of India in 1947. Since then, both ...
Tanya Johnson Attends the Mosaic Gala Against Human Slavery in New York
On September 10th, Tanya Johnson attended the Mosaic Gala Against Human Slavery in New York, NY. The event was hosted by the Mosaic Federation (Human Slavery), a non-profit in the U.K. and 501(c)3 in ...
Tanya Jonson to Attend the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum in Russia
The SPIEF Runs from June 6 - 8
As a member of the global business community, Tanya Johnson regularly attends important economic functions, including this year’s St. Petersburg International ...
How Likuliku Lagoon Resort Is Saving the Crested Iguana
Visiting the Iguana Sanctuary at Likuliku Lagoon Resort in Fiji
Fiji is one of the most visually-striking countries in the world. This archipelago of more than 300 islands has become a tourist ...
Venture Capital Investing Around the World
How VCs Are Changing Their Approach in 2019
As the founder and CEO of a consulting and venture capital group with an emphasis on developing markets, Blackhorse, LLC, I’ve always believed in the ...
How Bhutan Became the World’s Only Carbon-Negative Nation
What Can Other Nations Learn from Bhutan’s Environmental Policies?
Bhutan has emerged as the world’s first and only carbon-negative nation, which means the country generates less CO2 emissions ...
Rising Geopolitical Risk and Its Effect on the Global Economy
How Global Political Instability Is Affecting the Economy
As threats of war and political instability persist throughout the world, economists and investors are losing confidence in traditional ...
Tensions in Kurdistan and Implications for Oil Supply and the Global Economy
How the Kurdish Referendum Is Affecting the Oil Market
On September 25th, the Kurdish Regional Government or KRG held an Independence Referendum that was set to begin secession negotiations with the ...
Key Takeaways from the United Nations General Assembly
An In-Depth Look at Last Month’s UN General Assembly
The United Nations held its annual General Assembly in September at the General Assembly Hall in New York City. All 193 Member States were on ...
What This Year’s Roscongress Means for Russia
Roscongress and the Economy of Tomorrow
It’s time for the annual St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, or Roscongress as it’s better known. As one of the largest economic summits in the ...
How Fake News Led to the Qatar Gulf Crisis
Can Qatar Resolve Its Diplomatic Woes?
Earlier this year, we learned that the Middle East is facing another diplomatic crisis. The gulf state known as Qatar has been virtually blacklisted from ...
Tanya Johnson Meets His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama
I had the opportunity to meet His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, a world-renowned spiritual leader and Nobel Peace Prize-winner, in Southern California. As a practicing Buddhist, the meeting with ...
Date(s): June 1-3, 2017
Tanya will be traveling to St. Petersburg Russia for the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, to meet with senior executives from several international ...
The Need to Diversify from the Petrochemical Industry and Engage in other Sectors
Over the past week, global consultant Tanya Johnson attended the IDEX and ADIA conferences in Abu Dhabi and the HSBC Saudi, MENA and Turkey Equity Forum in Riyadh and Dubai. After a very informative ...
Tanya Johnson’s Middle East Trip: Why Cairo and Amman Inspire
Recently, Tanya Johnson traveled to Cairo and Amman--two cities filled with mysterious beauty that withhold the wonders of ancient worlds with unique nuances of modernity.
Marcel Proust wrote, ...