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Nations aligned with Interpol have used the group as a tool against political opponents and refugees. View more.
An investigation of the roles of 27 men linked to the kidnapping and murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl. View more.
Inside the battle to influence the most important environmental treaty of our time. View more.
The world's most widely smuggled legal substance fuels organized crime and corruption, and robs governments of needed tax money. View more.
Which American companies won the biggest contracts in postwar Iraq and Afghanistan? View more.
Post-9/11 U.S. military aid and assistance had a huge impact in nations around the world — and at home. View more.
Conservative policy hinders U.S. initiatives to fight AIDS abroad by insisting on abstinence-only programs over promoting condom use. View more.
The explosive growth of private water utility companies raises fears that mankind may be losing control of its most vital resource. View more.
A handful of companies with connections to governments, and, sometimes organizations, have profited from war commerce. View more.

Anti-drug money is funneled through corrupt military, paramilitary and intelligence organizations and violates human rights.

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Thousands of internal company documents show that the world’s largest multinational tobacco firms colluded with criminal organizations to smuggle cigarettes and avoid taxes. View more.
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