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In Brazil, a Corruption Case Begins as Economy Still Struggles

Is the trial against Brazil's former president a balm for or distraction from the country's current economic woes?

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Why Was Russia’s Economic Minister Just Put on Trial?

Russia’s economy minister was arrested for bribery. But as usual, there’s a lot more to the story than the official Kremlin line.

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When Corruption Can’t Be Fixed

In countries like Afghanistan, there is no government without patronage. It’s time for Washington to face up to this reality.

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Saakashvili Steps Down

Saakashvili's adventure in Odessa comes crashing to an end.

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Has Zuma Met His Match? Damning Report Details South African President’s Corruption

South Africa’s independent watchdog is a saving grace after President Jacob Zuma is skewered by new allegations.

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Lebanon Has a New President (Not That It Matters)

President or no, Lebanon has had no effective governance for decades. That's not about to change.

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