Marius Laurinavičius on a recent Senate hearing exploring the role of U.S. allies bordering Russia – and how they help defend American democracy.
Belinda Li talks to Seto Bagdoyan about how weaknesses in the EB-5 visa program pose a threat to democracy and national security.
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.
Casey Michel talks to investigative economist James S. Henry about how the U.S. became a global leader in financial secrecy.
Peter Podkopaev looks at U.S. efforts to identify kleptocrats stashing stolen wealth in high-value homes.
Kleptocracy is a major national security threat. Americans should demand an end to the anonymous companies which make it possible.
Senator Carl Levin talks to Charles Davidson, Executive Director of the Kleptocracy Initiative, about his legacy and current trends.
Oliver Bullough explains the three-stage process by which kleptocrats hide, transfer and legitimize their stolen wealth.
The Harriman Institute recently hosted a discussion on the links between international money laundering and luxury real estate. KI’s Executive Director was among the panelists.