The EU prolonged asset freezes against Yanukovych / Oregon lawmakers will hold a public hearing on a bill to rein in abusive, anonymous companies
KI recently hosted Gerald Knaus, ESI Chairman, to discuss Azerbaijan’s subversion of the Council of Europe.
MEPs voted to amend the EU’s anti-money laundering directive / Samsung boss charged with bribery and embezzlement
Romania anti-graft protests grow / EU to renew Russia sanctions blacklist / New Iran sanctions could target Chinese banks.
Congress to repeal key extractives transparency law today / Marius Laurinavičius on how Russia exporting kleptocracy is nothing new…
A Lithuanian case study proves that the Kremlin has been undermining democracy for longer than we think, writes Marius Laurinavičius.
Who really owns real estate leased by the U.S. government? / Deutsche Bank fined $630m for $10bn Russia mirror trading scheme / Congress moves to repeal key extractives transparency law this week
Future of the FCPA / New EO limits foreign lobbying – but with loopholes / Congress moves to repeal extractives anti-graft law this week.
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.
Trump’s 500+ potential conflicts / China officials “blush red and sweat” over graft / Exposing Rosneft’s so-called privatization