Is she being transparent about her financial history -- or laying the groundwork for a presidential run?
One of President Trump's best tools to "drain the swamp" is under threat from his own side. A mere four days after he took office, Republican Congress members began attacking a key piece of anti-corruption legislation.
By Kristin Berglund, Head of Anti-Corruption & Foreign Trade Controls, Maersk Line The results have been dramatic. Since
The United States has been robustly engaged on a wide variety of fronts to address corruption, from legislative efforts at
The documentary in question is very interesting, produced by CCTV, which is the main TV channel in China. It's a governmental
The report includes specific recommendations for governments on areas where they should increase their fiscal transparency
The links between corruption and some of the major challenges the world is facing, in particular the rising inequalities and the threat of terrorism and violent extremism are becoming more obvious
Footage shows assailants throwing milk on the anti-corruption activists and kicking them on the ground.
Thomas Jefferson once said: "Honesty is the first chapter in the book of wisdom." If he were a statesman today, he might also agree that honesty should be the first chapter in another tome: the book of global prosperity.
The future of government contracting is open. Paper-based, fraud-prone systems make precarious foundations for a 21st century economy.
Might U.K., U.S. Exhibit Leadership in Addressing State Capture and Legal (as Well as Illegal) Corruption?
Transparency can be one game changer, especially if it addresses the channels of influence through which policy becomes "privatized
Corruption is highlighted by the media because the amounts being exchanged are often huge. The real reason corruption should be headline news is that it steals a bit of economic prosperity from every person each time it occurs.
President Muhammadu Buhari and his ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) party have no plans on how to rescue Nigeria from
Clearly, fear-based rule was not left behind with the end of the Cultural Revolution in 1976, as many thought. This should not be surprising. Even as China's economy has boomed and modernized, its political system has retained its core totalitarian features: a state exempt from the rule of law, a domestic security apparatus with agents and informants virtually everywhere, widespread censorship, and weak protection of individual rights. Having never been repudiated, these institutional relics of Maoism remain available to be used and intensified whenever the top leadership sees fit, as it does today.