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South Africa: Courts Decide Fate of Jacob Zuma

Corruption charges against ANC party leader Jacob Zuma are dismissed in a court hearing as politically motivated prosecutions. Global Integrity’s International Director, Marianne Camerer, writes from Durban, South Africa: “I watched the whole judgment live on ETV. It was a victory for judicial independence and integrity — even if it had nothing to do with…

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Talking Corruption in Latvia

Global Integrity’s managing director visits Riga, Latvia to meet with local anti-corruption officials, MPs, activists and (most intimidating of all) high-school students. Today began the first discussions in what will be a two-day Global Integrity Dialogue event in Riga, the capital of Latvia. Unlike previous Dialogue events, which have typically been single-day workshops for a…

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U.S., Europe Get Tough on Overseas Bribery

Better cooperation between countries is fueling a surge in prosecutions for corruption conducted overseas. Laws banning corruption overseas have been around in the West for a couple decades (the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act passed in 1977). Currently, a ban on bribing governments overseas is a solid international norm — the Global Integrity Report has…

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More Global Integrity Reporters in Norway

Even though everyone couldn’t make it for this photo, here’s several Global Integrity journalists who attended the 2008 Global Investigative Journalism Conference. Represented are Nigeria, Bangladesh, Romania, and Bulgaria among other countries. — Nathaniel Heller

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Talking Investigative Journalism in Norway

Greetings from the Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Lillehammer, Norway. One of the best aspects of this annual conference is the chance to meet so many Global Integrity experts in person. I’ll try to share some highlights during the next 48 hours, but for now wanted to post a picture of some of our colleagues…

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The Plan to Save Pakistan

The BBC reports on the unlikely rise of Asif Zardari, once the “most mistrusted politician” in Pakistan. BBC: The victory of Asif Zardari, husband of assassinated former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, in Pakistan’s presidential election represents an extraordinary turnaround for the most mistrusted politician in the country. BBC: The ‘master plan’ to save Pakistan –Jonathan…

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