The Slovenian public has been kept in the dark about their leaders' misdeeds during the Yugoslav conflict, which included war profiteering and a pact with Slobodan Milosevic.
The OECD's tax evasion plan earned cheers from financial transparency advocates. But can it work to curb tax evasion in poor countries that suffer its most painful consequences?
A handful of wealthy nations are resisting a global trend toward abolishing "facilitation payments," small fees that are paid to public officials for performing basic administrative tasks.
The U.S. has made few commitments toward requiring American companies to disclose their real owners, and the most substantial rule that it proposed has now been stalled for years.
When you report on crime and corruption in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Republics, you can expect to get your fair share of grief or threats. But this hasn’t stopped Khadija Ismayilova in Azerbaijan.
Ireland’s most powerful politician and one of its wealthiest oligarchs were ringing the New York Stock Exchange bell on Ireland Day, the Monday after St Patrick’s Day.
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