The Pervasive Challenge of Kleptocracy
Defeating the Hydra

Can we imagine a world where greed is not the main driver of events? If liberal democracy is to survive, we have to try.

The Fix Is In
How to Shield Investigative Journalism

Deep-pocketed actors have been leveraging the American legal system to stymie investigative journalists from looking into their affairs. Fixes are necessary—and within reach.

(Art Institute of Chicago)
Countering Corruption
America’s Anti-Kleptocracy Breakthrough

There is unprecedented wind in U.S. anti-kleptocracy sails, thanks to legislation making its way through Congress. America’s reign as a haven for offshore wealth may finally be coming to an end.

Kleptocrats Take Note
The Precedent-Setting Trial in Paris

Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue of Equitorial Guinea is not only facing the prospect of forfeiting his ill-gotten wealth. He may also be looking at a prison term.

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