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An age-old tactic Targeting funding is becoming an increasingly widely used tactic to restrict civil society. The International
Religion
The next International Anti-Corruption Conference will be in Denmark in 2018. It's time to mix the oil and water. Fighting
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Among the possible future scenarios for Venezuela are: Like so many other resource-risk nations that have suffered from the
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Things must be pretty bad if a man who endorses and participates in vigilante-style justice and summary executions led by death squads is overwhelmingly elected by the people to do so on a national level.
Business
Transparency can be one game changer, especially if it addresses the channels of influence through which policy becomes "privatized
The World Post
It is ironic that the first country to enforce the latest UN sanctions against North Korea by impounding a cargo vessel is the Philippines.
Sports
A new survey also finds that FIFA's corruption scandal has dampened enthusiasm for the sport.
Religion
Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and teachings are an inspiration for anyone who fights for social justice. Shaun Casey, a theologian and savvy political analyst, serves as the first Special Representative for Religion and Global Affairs in the US State Department.
Crime
The need for honest politicians serving the public's interests is at the core of the American system of democracy. Nevertheless, in the U.S., as in every country, politics and corruption too often go hand-in-hand.
Media
Reporters and editors excluded from membership are furious about results of the Lebanese Journalists Union (LJU) election so they're suing the syndicate and its president on charges of corruption, irregularities and violations of its bylaws.
WorldPost
It's time for a confession. I have worked as a "foreign agent."
Politics
Although the United Nations did create the Financial Action Task Force to combat these problems, many times the task force is prevented from achieving its objectives by governments that refuse to cooperate. And why would governments refuse to cooperate? I think you know why.
The World Post
President Aquino has demonstrated that it is possible to be part of political dynasty yet be focused on the common good, and achieve enough in a single term of office to transform the country from the sick man of Asia to one of its leading economies.
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It would be nice to be able to say that the threat of Islamic fundamentalism has peaked in Africa, and that the worst is over, but given the current state of affairs that simply is not the case. In all likelihood, the threat will grow -- considerably -- in the years to come.
The World Post
At the moment, children across the country like my niece are out of school because, among other problems, too many people have been 'making corruption' at their expense.
Politics
The leading multilateral institutions like to hold meetings on this topic and pontificate and yet their record of helping to reduce corruption in many of the world's poorest countries is lamentable. They continue to enjoy overly cozy relations with thoroughly corrupt governments.
Business
Don't expect bribery to get you far in New Zealand. North Korea, however, may be a different story. A new map by Transparency
The World Post
The forces of corruption in many countries -- be they organized crime, violent gangs or government officials -- feel increasingly threatened as the anti-corruption warriors build powerful public support and find officials willing to stand up and join the cause.