Kleptocracy Daily: October 12, 2017

UK: Despite London’s dirty cash epidemic, only 1 in 300 property purchases by overseas buyers is flagged as suspicious. (TI, Estate Agent Today)

Foreign Agents: RT will remove a series of provocative street advertisementsmaking fun of Kremlin interference in the U.S. election. (NPR)

Cybercrime: The U.S. and Russia’s escalating legal tug-of-war over the extradition of a Russian cybercrime suspect from Greece took another turn yesterday. (RFE/RL)

Ukraine: Controversial proposals to reform criminal investigations could let corrupt politicians off the hook. (Reuters)

Navalny: The anti-corruption campaigner’s popularity forces Putin to contemplate an uncertain future, writes Amy Knight. (NY Review of Books)

International Criminal Court: Former chief prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampoused several several offshore companies – what were their purpose? (Der Spiegel)

ICYMI: KI launched Ilya Zaslavskiy’s report, How Non-State Actors Export Kleptocratic Norms to the West, with a host of distinguished experts at Hudson Institute yesterday.


Compiled by Nate Sibley.

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