Casey Michel on how trusts became the next frontier in shielding illicit assets.
A Lithuanian case study proves that the Kremlin has been undermining democracy for longer than we think, writes Marius Laurinavičius.
A new report highlights startling weaknesses in the security of some U.S. law enforcement offices.
How the FCPA, despite its pitfalls, continues to combat foreign corruption.
A new effort to reduce the regulatory burden on U.S. oil, gas, and mining firms may have harmful consequences.
Natalie Duffy talks to Ilya Zaslavskiy about how Nord Stream 2 could strengthen the Kremlin’s hand in Europe – and why it matters for the U.S.
Belinda Li talks to Seto Bagdoyan about how weaknesses in the EB-5 visa program pose a threat to democracy and national security.
Casey Michel talks to Craig Holman, Government Affairs Lobbyist for Public Citizen, about how the U.S. can reinforce FARA – and why it matters more than ever.
A new Harvard International Review article highlights the threats posed by dirty money in U.S. real estate, writes Peter Podkopaev.
Casey Michel talks to Meredith McGehee, Strategic Advisor at the Campaign Legal Center, about how the Office of Congressional Ethics protects American democracy against corruption threats–both foreign and domestic.