All posts by The Editors
Every day I wake up and thank God I was born in England — not because of some mistaken patriotism — although I do not deny I am patriotic — but because we continue to have a truly independent judiciary who fearlessly apply the rule of law irrespective of the consequences.… Continue Reading
The International Criminal Court in the Hague hasn’t been used against kleptocrats.
The Rome Statute that created the court extends to “crimes against humanity” but no one knows if that includes graft.… Continue Reading
Dear Colleagues [Jessica Tillipman’s note said]:
I am currently preparing the syllabus for my fall anti-corruption course and wondered if I could bother you for some recommendations regarding your favorite anti-corruption, compliance, anti-bribery, etc.… Continue Reading
The SEC will decide in August on implementing rules under Dodd Frank whereby natural resource extraction companies (public ones) will have to disclose all payments to foreign governments — even payments that are entirely legal and above board.… Continue Reading