Tag Archives: corruption

Brazil: A Fallen Hero and the Start of a New Era?

Lula’s sentence is a signal to all of Latin America that justice can prevail. From Mexico to the tip of Argentina, corruption has pervaded politics for decades. Now is the time to fix it for good.

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Qatar: A Pariah?

Unlike its neighbors, Qatar has continued to do well ranked by perceived corruption.

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Ukraine’s Downward Spiral

A report from Kiev on corruption and hopelessness.

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Trump’s Systematic Strategy to Abuse Power

Trump tramples on law enforcement in ways commonly associated only with dictatorships.

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Africa: A Massive Tragedy That Could Be Avoided

The issue of the intense connection between corruption and violence fails to secure the attention it deserves.

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South Korea: Corruption & Self-Censorship

Amid a presidential scandal, press freedom is slipping and public perception of corruption is rising.

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South Africa: Democracy at Risk

South Africa’s President treats his country as his own personal fiefdom and that of his cronies

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Trump’s Era of Disorder

The U.S. President is challenging the U.S. constitutional provisions designed to prevent the abuse of public office.

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The Black Box of Executive Compensation

German companies need to do much more to live up to the transparency standards required by democracy in the age of globalization.

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Trump Delivers for His Wall Street Pals

Wall Street rejoices as tough U.S. prosecutors are fired and rules abandoned.

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