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Investigating Corruption: US versus UK – A Widening Transatlantic Divide?
Barely into the start of 2021 and events around the world have brought the question of global corruption and the fight against it sharply into focus. Noticeable is the increasing divergence between governing authorities in the US and UK’s approach towards tackling anti-corruption and money laundering. The new Biden administration has clearly identified corruption as ‘a core national security interest’ and recent ‘historic’ legislation passed through US Congress takes aim ...More info
Tom Burgis, investigative journalist at The Financial Times and author of ‘Kleptopia: How Dirty Money Is Conquering the World’
Casey Michel, US investigative journalist and author of upcoming book ‘American Kleptocracy’
Dr Tena Prelec, Research Fellow with the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Oxford
Dr Sue Hawley, Executive Director of Spotlight on Corruption
Chair: Susan Coughtrie, Project Director at the Foreign Policy Centre
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The event will take place on Zoom.