On December 18, 2014 the UK Government issued its long awaited “UK Anti-Corruption Plan.” The plan sets out over sixty action points for the Government and its partners, organized around four key themes of “Pursue,” “Prevent,” “Protect” and “Prepare.” … Continue Reading
The NSS is important. It sets the agenda for the executive branch of the government — the DOJ and SEC, the State Department, the Commerce Department, the Treasury Department, and so on — and it signals foreign policy priorities to Congress.… Continue Reading
On March 25, 2015, The George Washington University Law School will host its annual anti-corruption conference. The day-long conference is co-sponsored by the Anti-Corruption Committee of the International Bar Association; in cooperation with the Anti-Corruption Committee of the American Bar Association.… Continue Reading
One of India’s major anti-corruption figures has staged a spectacular return to power in New Delhi local elections, just eight months after abandoning office following his first electoral victory.
Arvind Kejriwal and his Aam Admi Party (“AAP,” the “Common Man’s Party” in Hindi) won an astonishing 67 out of 70 seats in the Delhi legislative elections, banishing the iconic Congress Party and trouncing the Bhartiya Janta Party (“BJP”) of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.… Continue Reading