Political support for Lava Jato has faded – along with judges’ incentives to crack down on corruption.
Laura Alonso has been criticized for politicizing anti-corruption work, but she remains undaunted.
A history-making prosecutor is shaking up Quito with bold investigations into the powerful.
A new tool by AS/COA and Control Risks assesses the region’s ability to uncover, punish and deter corruption.
A breakdown of current and former heads of state in prison or awaiting trial in Latin America.
Peru’s plea bargain with a former Odebrecht executive pries another crack in the anti-corruption Pandora's Box.
The end of Maduro’s rule will trigger a legal and political thunderstorm outside of Venezuela.
From chanting against everything mainstream to focusing on specific players, citizen protests can change the face of politics in the region – again.
Ignoring corruption would be akin to treason.

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