In Mexico and Brazil, financial intelligence is dangerously entering the political arena.
Una fiscal que hace historia está sacudiendo Quito con audaces investigaciones sobre los poderosos.
Despite polarized politics, a bipartisan coalition managed to pass a significant campaign finance reform.
Peru’s plea bargain with a former Odebrecht executive pries another crack in the anti-corruption Pandora’s Box.
Fernando Carrillo discusses how to improve international cooperation in the fight against corruption in this interview with AQ.
Brazil is one of the top 10 economies globally, but it fails to meet too many of its population’s basic needs. It is one of the OECD countries with the highest public spending on education – yet Brazilian students perform worse on international tests than those in other OECD countries. Half of all Brazilians still lack access to basic sanitation and 35 million lack … Read more Why Brazilian Politics Needs a Radical Makeover
José Serra’s tenure as Brazil’s Minister of Health from 1998 to 2002 was highlighted by a successful effort to overcome the resistance of U.S. pharmaceutical giants and provide Brazilians with universal access to generic AIDS drugs, a move that saved hundreds of thousands of lives. Serra was unable to make such a significant mark in … Read more Three Top Challenges for Brazil’s Next Foreign Minister
The revelations of years of immense and systemic bribe payments to policymakers across Latin America by engineering and construction conglomerate Odebrecht are an unmitigated disaster for Brazil – and its foreign policy of the last decade and a half. The internationalization of Brazilian capitalism – that is, the government’s strategy of boosting Brazil’s influence by … Read more No More Odebrechts: Three Steps to Reduce Graft in Latin America