Rule of Law & Transparency
U.S. President Donald Trump's transactional approach to foreign policy has weakened anti-corruption measures in the region.
An effort to expose state-sanctioned torture offers tools for stemming further impunity.
To limit opportunities for corruption, a new wave of government decentralization in Latin America must avoid past mistakes.
The “largest foreign bribery case in history” continues to shake the region.
An imperfect peace process edges forward, despite road blocks.
The groundbreaking anti-corruption agency’s demise showed that impunity won’t die quietly.
How AMLO’s Supreme Court picks and a flurry of legislative reforms could help him implement his agenda.
Political support for Lava Jato has faded – along with judges’ incentives to crack down on corruption.
The Odebrecht example shows why the region needs to penalize firms more efficiently.
The CICIES could be a potent tool, or just a political show.

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