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When Will Australia Confront Corruption?
January 31, 2022

When Will Australia Confront Corruption?

By Joshua Mcdonald
Canberra can do more to protect Australia’s democracy and weed out corruption.

Is Corruption a Serious Problem in the Pacific?
November 23, 2021

Is Corruption a Serious Problem in the Pacific?

By Joshua Mcdonald
A recent report illustrates that the people of the Pacific believe corruption is a massive problem for both them and their governments.
Taking the Climate Crisis Seriously Requires Ambitious Anti-Corruption Solutions
November 05, 2021

Taking the Climate Crisis Seriously Requires Ambitious Anti-Corruption Solutions

By Ian J. Lynch and Maja Groff
The climate change movement should recognize the threat grand corruption poses to achieving its goals.

How Corruption Played a Role in the Demise of the Afghan Government 
October 13, 2021

How Corruption Played a Role in the Demise of the Afghan Government 

By Wahidullah Azizi
As Afghanistan heads toward an uncertain future, many wonder what went wrong in the two decades leading up to the present crisis. 

Pandora Papers Leak Prompts Calls for Action in Asia
October 05, 2021

Pandora Papers Leak Prompts Calls for Action in Asia

By David Rising
The leak has once again shone a light on the lengths to which the region's wealthy and well-connected go to avoid paying tax.

US Passes Historic Anti-Corruption Legislation With Global Reach
December 14, 2020

US Passes Historic Anti-Corruption Legislation With Global Reach

By Ian J. Lynch
Filed as an amendment to the NDAA, the anti-money laundering act lays the foundation for action against corruption.

New Malaysia Prime Minister Orders Asset Declaration in Anti-Corruption Bid
March 11, 2020

New Malaysia Prime Minister Orders Asset Declaration in Anti-Corruption Bid

By Associated Press
All Cabinet members will have to declare their assets as part of a pledge to have a government with integrity.
All Gulnara’s Things: Karimov’s Daughter Again on Trial
January 14, 2020

All Gulnara’s Things: Karimov’s Daughter Again on Trial

By Catherine Putz
Meanwhile, Uzbek officials are reportedly searching Karimova’s Swiss mansion for stolen treasures.

After Exposing Corruption, Media Under Pressure in Kyrgyzstan
December 14, 2019

After Exposing Corruption, Media Under Pressure in Kyrgyzstan

By Catherine Putz
Individuals implicated in massive corruption exposed in a recent joint investigation by  RFE/RL’s Radio Azattyk, OCCRP, and Kloop have hit back with a lawsuit.

Is Indonesia Losing Its War on Corruption Under Jokowi?
September 20, 2019

Is Indonesia Losing Its War on Corruption Under Jokowi?

By Erin Cook
Recent developments have heightened concerns about the progress on anti-corruption in the country.

Popular Support Grows for Indicted Nepali Journalist
September 03, 2019

Popular Support Grows for Indicted Nepali Journalist

By Peter Gill
Rabi Lamichhane’s show confronts corruption; a former employee’s suicide has stirred a firestorm.
The Only Way to End Corruption in Laos
July 10, 2019

The Only Way to End Corruption in Laos

By David Hutt
A true elimination of the problem will only come with broader political change in the country.

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