Flynn, Manafort retroactive foreign lobbying filings show need for legislation reform
Marius Laurinavičius on a recent Senate hearing exploring the role of U.S. allies bordering Russia – and how they help defend American democracy.
Trump’s lobbying reforms, Putin’s Rosneft triumph, and the London shop that hosts 1,600 anonymous companies.
Trump election aftermath, Chinese official heads Interpol, and India cracks down on dirty cash
U.S. rivals use elections to attack democracy, Estonia’s government on the brink, and China creates new anti-graft body
KI hosts “The Threat of Kleptocracy: States Bordering the Russian Federation” at Hudson Institute
On October 19, KI hosted a discussion of the threats posed by kleptocracy to the Baltics, Eastern Europe, and Ukraine.
Estonia president and Lithuania FM discuss Kremlin kleptocracy, Trump advisor probed, Xi’s anti-graft campaign four years on
Ledger shows Trump aide Paul Manafort received $12.7m from Yanukovich regime, KI visits Baltics, and Scotland revealed as a major money laundering hub
KI’s Marius Laurinavicius and Peter Podkopaev travel through Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania