Forbes  Sep 28  Comment 
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has been fighting corruption the harsh way, by killing democracy. It hasn't work.
New York Times  Jun 24  Comment 
Angola’s reconstruction presented the politically connected with an opportunity to enrich themselves and their relatives.
New York Times  Jun 14  Comment 
A police task force leader and his crew aren’t much better than the criminals they pursue in this gritty thriller, set in New York.
Forbes  Jun 1  Comment 
When a government declares that it is acceptable to kill its citizens without due process or, really, any process, outrage should come easily, but the response in Manila was muted.
Forbes  May 20  Comment 
A popular uprising that began in Tunisia and Egypt seven years ago, calling for an end to corruption and the creation of economic opportunities, has yet to achieve these goals. For a familiar reason: the new regime used the old mechanisms to...
The Hindu Business Line  May 14  Comment 
A court ruling allowing the Income Tax Department to investigate Rahul and Sonia Gandhi in the National Herald case, exposes on Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav’s family, and more ...
New York Times  May 4  Comment 
Romanians had taken to the streets of the capital to oppose amendments to a bill that would have pardoned officials imprisoned for bribery.
DailyFinance  Mar 30  Comment 
Filed under: News, Politics, International Corruption is often in the eye of the beholder, largely dependent on individual beliefs about right and wrong. Read more...   Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
New York Times  Mar 29  Comment 
Ms. Haley, the American envoy to the United Nations, said the U.S. would never close its doors to foreigners fleeing persecution, even as she defended the Trump administration’s travel ban.
Forbes  Mar 24  Comment 
Recent studies have supported the theory that changing cannabis laws doesn't lead to reefer-mad schools, after all.



Having or showing a willingness to act dishonestly in return for money or personal gain.

From 14c to destroy; spoil, seduce, bribe. [1]

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