A retired supreme court justice in Uganda has proposed anti-corruption training for citizens, starting with the school kids.
It’s not often — every 16 years or so — that we have something big to report from Singapore. That’s why the tiny Southeast Asian nation (along with New Zealand and Denmark) is ranked by TI as the least corrupt country on earth.… Continue Reading
Eighteen senior government officials from Afghanistan will receive anti-corruption training in Singapore through an international aid package.
A report last week by Channel News Asia said the week-long training program is part of a $1 million technical assistance package that Singapore pledged at the International Conference on Reconstruction Assistance to Afghanistan.… Continue Reading
Corruption, of all things, may be the deciding factor in Washington’s debate about troop deployment and military strategy in Afghanistan. The Christian Science Monitor said last week: “The concern is that the Afghan government has become so rotted with corruption that it cannot consolidate the gains the U.S.… Continue Reading
The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act may frighten business people everywhere, but it has never been a big concern for crooked overseas officials. That’s because they can’t be prosecuted under the FCPA, which is aimed exclusively at punishing those who pay them bribes.… Continue Reading