I recently had the great privilege of working closely with one of Brazil’s federal prosecutors at the International Anti-Corruption Academy. A young person just a handful of years out of law school, he’s that rare individual — bright in every sense of the word, articulate, generous, someone you immediately trust, a person of deep convictions, a natural leader.… Continue Reading
Some say there are places where corruption is “cultural.” But that’s not exactly true. And ironically, Brazil now proves it.
Brazilian culture actually has a name — well-known and even faintly charming — for the ability to “get things done:” the Jeitinho Brasileiro.… Continue Reading