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The second iteration of the Defence Companies Anti-Corruption Index (CI), from Transparency International’s Defence and Security Programme, was launched on Monday 27 April. Last Thursday, we held an event to discuss the index findings and some of the broader issues surrounding corruption in the defence sector.

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.

Aleksandr Lapko discusses wartime corruption in Ukraine and the dilemma it led him to face this summer: pay a $2,000 bribe to get the military equipment that could save his life or pay a $2,000 bribe to be declared unfit for service.

Earlier this month, a Cabinet Office spokesman in the Lords said it would be “highly undesirable” for the Iraq Inquiry report to be released in the three months before the general election – meaning the document we have already been waiting three years for may have to wait until the next parliament.

Often Security Sector Reform (SSR) is felt to be too politically sensitive to address. James Cohen explores whether SSR can be effective if efforts are not made to tackle corruption.

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