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Leah Wawro

We’re delighted that Katherine Dixon will be joining us as our new Programme Director in the spring. We sat down with her to discuss her new role and her vision for the Defence and Security Programme in the years ahead.

Wednesday, 24 July 2013 11:00

A clean military?

If defence establishments generally lack anti-corruption systems, why do the public in many countries still view them in a relatively positive light?

Yesterday, the British ‘businessman’ James McCormick was found guilty of fraud for selling millions of pounds worth of utterly useless bomb detectors to governments around the world, including a major contract in Iraq.

Friday, 25 January 2013 12:00

Playing politics with national security

Our Defence and Security team will launch its new Government Defence Anti-Corruption Index on Tuesday 29 January 2013. The index will provide a detailed analysis of the corruption risks faced by the defence establishments of 82 countries around the world. In preparation, project officer Leah Warwo examines the risk of political corruption in the defence sector. For politicians looking to illicitly fund their election campaigns, the defence sector—with big deals, huge budgets, high secrecy, and funded with your taxpayers money—can be a prime target.

Tuesday, 08 May 2012 11:00

Defence Budget Transparency: The Challenges

Maria Gili and Leah Wawro of Transparency International’s Defence and Security Programme outline obstacles to more transparency and accountability in how countries spend their defence budgets.

 

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