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Corruption and security: uncovering the elephant in the room at the Munich Security Conference

Last weekend the City of Munich saw one of its most admired and, for some, most controversial events of the year – the Munich Security Conference. In the beautiful halls of the conference venue (Bayerischer Hof), heavily guarded by police and security personnel, an astonishing density of the world’s leaders and security and policy experts […]

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Libya: will this be the next Iraq?

Antonia Bosanquet, Transparency International’s Arab media specialist, looks at Libya’s future as seen by Arab-language online media. It’s over and the end was cleaner than any of the NATO allies dared to hope; instead of the “grubby compromise” between rebels and Ghaddafi loyalists that was predicted by analysts, the rebels surprised the world by storming […]

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Corruption in Afghanistan: the status quo is not an option

By Maria Gili, International Defence and Security Programme, Transparency International UK [flv:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ZQKp8kM5-E 470 382] Osama Bin Laden’s death has brought the importance of stability and success in Afghanistan into the spotlight. It is absolutely critical for regional and global security that a stable and safe Afghanistan emerges from this new transition process, with a government […]

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