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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.
Former members of Congress become “foreign agents,” U.S. holds onto Gulnara’s missing millions, and the man behind Deutsche Bank’s $10 billion Russia scandal
China’s anti-corruption drive focuses on provinces with ties to top leaders, the Kremlin is pushing for legislation to persecute foreign organizations and businesses within Russia, and a report connects the missing billion dollars from a leading Moldovan bank to a money laundering scheme
The U.S. Congress considers legislation to sanction kleptocrats, Moscow seeks to woo China into major gas deals, and Ukrainians hunt down the missing “golden loaf”