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  • Corruption as Statecraft

    Corruption is frequently described as a ‘cancer’: a malign force which undermines societal development and security, but one that is amorphous and devoid of deliberate intent. In many contexts, this is an accurate depiction; in others, it does not tell the whole story. This is especially the case where corruption is used, consciously and intentionally,

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  • A Mutual Extortion Racket: The Military Industrial Complex and US Foreign Policy

    This major new report from Transparency International – Defense & Security examines the underlying processes and pathways to influence between the American defense export sector, the federal government, the defense bureaucracy, and Middle East and North Africa (MENA) governments. These pathways enable American defense firms to export arms and defense services to MENA countries despite

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  • Advocacy in Action

    To maintain the relevance of the important pledges made at the 2016 London Anti-Corruption Summit, and make sure there is accountability, for the past three years Transparency International’s global movement has been tracking the progress of anti-corruption commitments made at the Summit through Transparency International UK’s Promise to Practice Project. Three years of pledge tracking

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    At Your Service

    Through forensic analysis of more than 400 corruption and money laundering cases – amounting to an estimated £325 billion (US$412 billion) – At Your Service presents groundbreaking new research that sheds fresh light on the role played by UK services and institutions in the biggest corruption scandals of recent decades. This in-depth investigation identified nearly

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