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Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Chinese Fugitives

Forty percent of China's 100 most-wanted allegedly reside Stateside. Is Beijing trying to nudge Washington to step up cooperation?

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The Strongman of Singapore

Lee Kuan Yew built a gleaming metropolis out of an ex-colonial backwater -- but it wasn't pretty.

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How to Stop Extremism Before It Starts

Endemic corruption is padding the ranks of militant fundamentalist groups. Here's how communities are fighting back.

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When a Love of ‘Downton Abbey’ Goes Too Far

Republican congressman Aaron Schock is resigning amid accusations he misspent taxpayer dollars.

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Democracy Lab Weekly Brief, Feb. 23, 2015

To keep up with Democracy Lab in real time, follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Linda Kinstler reports from Kharkiv on the rising wave of ...

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Beyond Bribery

It’s time to start fighting the most insidious form of corruption -- the kind that’s legal.

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Chinese Corruption, Now Officially Hilarious

The often vapid but widely watched New Year's Gala will poke fun at a once-taboo topic.

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