How the FCPA, despite its pitfalls, continues to combat foreign corruption.
Russia sanctions debate heats up / Australia joins 1MDB investigation / China centralizes anti-graft efforts.
Latest on Russia hacks / 5 myths about kleptocracy / Protecting the Office of Congressional Ethics / London’s blood-red carpet for kleptocrats
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.
Putin suspends nuclear deal over sanctions; China’s “Crony Capitalism”; and Ukrainian officials accused of offshore money laundering
Federal Reserve warns major Chinese bank, MH17 journalists hacked and harassed, and London launches foreign property ownership probe
Russian anti-corruption official arrested with $123m, London-based oligarch paid no UK taxes, and time for U.S. to act on Azerbaijan
China’s influence over Canada grows, Sweden feels brunt of Kremlin disinformation, UK Conservatives face questions over Russia-linked donation
The week’s leading stories on kleptocratic regimes and their professional enablers
A senior UK minister receives payments from Azerbaijan for his underperforming book, Nevada is the “Delaware of the West,” and Putin meets Iran, Turkey leaders