In this series I’m making the case that we should now think of freedom from corruption as a universal human right. John Locke, whose political philosophy is the foundation of modern rights thinking, certainly thought of corruption this way.… Continue Reading
I would hope that all of us have those moments when the course of our life pivots, and we suddenly find ourselves moving forward in a wonderfully new direction. Whether professional or personal, whether big and dramatic or small and subtle, these moments do much to define us.… Continue Reading
With last week’s landmark Supreme Court case in Kiobel, the world is talking about corporations and human rights. But anti-bribery statutes typically aren’t mentioned.
The prevailing wisdom is that bribery, and corruption, do not really violate rights; they merely provide the means by which other rights are violated.… Continue Reading