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Of course, ordinary people can fight corruption!

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The Bankia case is a good example of how ordinary people can ensure that people in power are held accountable for crimes.

Jersey – the heart of darkness

Double roles with politicians, regulators and bank directors are common in Jersey. We bring here a personal warning story about the fight against tax havens and corruption.

When corruption comes to life

In its extreme consequence, corruption contributes to the loss of human life. We saw it in Bangladesh when the Rana Plaza factory building collapsed in 2013.


In crisis situations, the risk of corruption increases – as with the money behind the upcoming corona vaccine.

Flashy Norwegian-supported consumption in Africa

Deborah Posel and Ilana van Wyk (eds.): Conspicuous consumption in Africa

We haven't heard much about Luanda Leaks in Norway. Perhaps because it is embarrassing that Statoil paid NOK 420 million to a non-existent research center owned by Angola's state oil company Sonangol, where Isabel dos Santos was the director until she was fired in November 2017?

When the US economy is cold, Haiti gets pneumonia

Haiti today lacks approximately 5900 hospital seats for covid-19 sufferers. But the biggest obstacle is possibly to convince the people that the corona threat is real.

Carpet fall for the American Empire

At this moment, the fundamental question is: can the United States really be saved?

What about the victims of large-scale corruption?

A principle of return of funds to victims of corruption should be included in the agreement concluded between the authorities and companies that are convicted.

The oil industry is the root of all evil

Rachel Maddow: Blowout

If you mix corruption and rogue states with the richest and most devastating industry in the world – the oil industry – the result is an explosive mix.

Criminal networks eradicate wild species

Richard Ladkani: Sea of ​​Shadows

Chinese mafia deals with swim bladders from fish, Mexican fishermen are pressed into criminal activity and police are terrified.

Innocent "criminals" as a source of income in New York

Stephen Maing: Crime and Punishment

Police officers in New York are encouraged to treat residents as criminals rather than as people to help and protect.

The tragic mafia

Mafia and corruption were the themes of several films at the Venice Film Festival in September. But why are so many attracted to power, since it so easily corrupts over time?