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Leviathan portrays modern Russia as a society of the unjust, where individuals are squashed beneath the power of a corrupt church and political system.

The “From Russia with Cash” landmark documentary by Channel 4 and Amos Productions highlights the need to prevent money laundering through the UK property market.

Today, further economic sanctions on Russia were announced. But what is the value of freezing assets and imposing travel bans as sanctions – and should they be used in fight against corruption too? 

As the Crimea crisis has developed, there have been calls to freeze Russian and Ukrainian assets in the UK.

In relation to corruption, Russia has already won the gold medal – and is probably the all-time winner. Whatever plans Mr Putin had for the Sochi Olympics, it is unlikely he had wanted a PR disaster. Yet the combination of terrorism, homophobic laws and corruption has brought nothing but negative headlines over the past few weeks.

Last week in preparation for the G8 meeting in Northern Ireland, German Chancellor Angela Merkel invited a group of civil society organizations to Berlin to brief her on their concerns, signalling how important our views are in shaping the world leaders’ agenda.

From 21 November, any Russian organisation that campaigns on public policy issues and receives foreign funding for civil society work will be forced to register as an ´agent of foreign influence.’

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