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1. What Synergy of Action in the Fight Against Corruption in Cameroon?

2. Remittances and corruption perceptions in Africa

3. Accountability Keywords

4. Anticorruption Guidance for Partners of State-Owned Enterprises

5. Measuring the Impact of Campaign Finance on Congressional Voting: A Machine Learning Approach

6. How to Target Iran’s Kleptocracy

7. Transparency policy in Greece: From citizen empowerment to anticorruption and open data

8. Barriers to Effective Whistleblowing in Botswana: Lessons from the Construction Industry

9. Fighting Corruption in the Arab World Should Be a U.S. Priority

10. War on Corruption

11. Corruption, FDI, and Trade Freedom Relationship Between Turkey and Latin American Countries

12. All the President’s Men – Corruption in the Xi Jinping Era

13. An Econometric Approach on Money Laundering and Its Impact on Economic Growth (A Study of Pakistan)

14. The Development Response to Kleptocracy and Strategic Corruption

15. Global oil theft: impact and policy responses

16. Countering global oil theft: responses and solutions

17. Corruption and crisis: do institutions matter?

18. The International Dimension of the U.S. Strategy on Countering Corruption

19. Lebanon after the Elections

20. Democratic Backsliding in Indonesia

21. Sri Lanka’s Arab Spring Moment: Can Asia’s Oldest Democracy Weather the Crisis?

22. Tunisia’s Secret Apparatus: Why Ennahda’s Deputy Head was detained?

23. Forging European Unity on China: The Case of Hungarian Dissent

24. After the 25 July constitutional referendum: Codification of autocratic rule heightens Tunisians’ fears of the future

25. Mexico Peace Index 2022: Identifying and measuring the factors that drive peace

26. 25 Years After the Peace Accords, Democracy Weak in Guatemala

27. Mexico’s Military Knew Ayotzinapa 43 Were Kidnapped, Then Covered It Up

28. Institutional corruption as the bane of critical infrastructure protection in Nigeria

29. Public perception on Trust, Corruption and Integrity of Public Institutions in Kosovo

30. Citizens perceptions of integrity of public institutions in Kosovo

31. Determinants of Social Cohesion: Cross-Country Evidence

32. Unresponsive and corrupt? Ugandan MPs hold key to how citizens perceive them

33. Corruption and Private Sector Investment in Ukraine’s Reconstruction

34. Halting the Kleptocratic Capture of Local Government in Nigeria

35. How to Destroy an Investigation from the Inside: Ayotzinapa and the Legacies of Impunity

36. An assessment of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative

37. Amidst Disinformation and Geopolitical Rivalry, Bulgaria Returns to the Polls July 11th

38. Russia’s Nationalities Policy before and after the 2020 Constitutional Amendments: Is the “Ethnic Turn” Continuing?

39. Russian Duma Election 2021: Kremlin Supremacy Achieved Through Unprecedented Pressure and Fraud

40. Dark money politics: Why Europe should join Biden’s fight against corruption

41. People before politicians: How Europeans can help rebuild Lebanon

42. Possible Polarization: The repercussions of the Beirut port blast investigation on the Lebanese political scene

43. The Likely Scenario: Possible trajectories after Tunisia’s President exceptional decisions

44. West African Elites’ Spending on UK Schools and Universities: A Closer Look

45. 2021 Resource Governance Index: Lebanon (Oil and Gas)

46. Reform within the System: Governance in Iraq and Lebanon

47. The Impact of Corruption on Nigerian Enterprises' Performance: An Empirical Study

48. How Can Anticorruption Actors Use EITI Disclosures?

49. Diagnosing Corruption in the Extractive Sector: A Tool for Research and Action

50. Recommendations for Strengthening the Role of the EITI in the Fight Against Corruption

51. Countering Global Kleptocracy: A New US Strategy for Fighting Authoritarian Corruption

52. The Risks of a Rigged Election in Nicaragua

53. Coordinating the War on Corruption

54. What is Wrong

55. Enhancing the credibility of the public office holders asset declaration regime

56. Absolutely Corrupted: The Rise of an Illiberal System and The Future of Hungarian Democracy

57. State Capture and Inequality

58. Turning the Tide on Dirty Money

59. Book Talk. America Kleptocracy by Casey Michel

60. Operation Condor, The War on Drugs, and Counterinsurgency in the Golden Triangle (1977-1983)

61. Kosovo Security Barometer Special Edition on Corruption, Rule of Law and Police integrity in Kosovo

62. The Collapse of Lebanon: Scenarios for the Future

63. The Era of Dis-and-Misinformation Volume XXII, Number 1

64. Bridging the Elite-Grassroots Divide Among Anticorruption Activists

65. Dubai Property: An Oasis for Nigeria’s Corrupt Political Elites

66. Mismatched Expectations are Straining EU-Ukraine Relations: Strengthening Mutual Trust and Credibility Should Remain Key Priority

67. Entre políticos y criminales: corrupción política en Colombia 2013-2018 (Between Politicians and Criminals: Political Corruption in Colombia 2013-2018)

68. La captura del Estado peruano por el narcotráfico: el caso de los “cuello blanco del puerto” (The Capture of the Peruvian State by Drug Trafficking: the Case of «the White Collars of the Port»)

69. Shadow Lobbyists

70. Is Corruption Detrimental for Economic Growth? A Panel Data Analysis of Selected South Asian Economies

71. Beneath the Surface: The Case for Oversight of Extractive Industry Suppliers

72. Holding to Account: How Publishing Facts about Foreign Corruption Creates Accountability

73. Building a Sustainable Electric Vehicle Battery Supply Chain: Frequently Asked Questions

74. Iran in Lebanon: A Fatal Occupation

75. The Eye of the Storm

76. Beirut Port Blast Punctures Trust in Hezbollah

77. Hezbollah Has a New Strategy to Survive Lebanon’s Financial Crisis

78. Implications of the Saudi Corruption Arrests

79. Corruption Crossroads? Rising Perceptions of Graft Weaken Citizen Trust, Threaten Botswana’s Democratic Standing

80. OFES COVID-19 Brefing Series: Preventing Government Corruption in Crises

81. IFES COVID-19 Briefing Series: Preserving Independent and Accountable Institutions

82. IFES Helps Shape UN's International Anti-corruption Agenda

83. Iraq and Lebanon’s tortuous paths to reform

84. Curbing Corruption after Conflict: Anticorruption Mobilization in Guatemala

85. Human Rights: An Uprising Volume XXI, Number 2

86. Regaining U.S. Global Leadership on Anticorruption

87. Youth in MENA: Findings from the Fifth Wave of the Arab Barometer

88. Six years after Ukraine’s Euromaidan: reforms and challenges ahead

89. Democracy under siege: Advancing cooperation and common values in the Indo-Pacific

90. Pulling Lebanon out of the Pit

91. Truth, Accountability, and Asset Recovery: How Transitional Justice Can Fight Corruption

92. Dead at the Root: Systemic Dysfunction and the Failure of Reform in Lebanon

93. Tailor-made laws in the Western Balkans

94. Continuity and Change in Iraq’s Sunni Politics: Sunni Arab Political Trends, Factions, and Personalities Since 2014

95. The Georgia Risk-Limiting Audit/Hand Tally: A Carter Center Observation Report

96. Boosting Armament to Fight Demographic Decline, Crime and Corruption – Public Opinion on Security

97. The Interplay of Incumbency, Political Dynasty and Corruption in Indonesia: Are Political Dynasties the Cause of Corruption in Indonesia?

98. Treasury’s War on Corruption: A U.S. Treasury Department Strategy to Fight Kleptocracy and Root Dirty Money Out of the U.S. Financial System

99. Corruption and the British State

100. Moment of truth: Mali teeters between President Keïta and the protest movement