Can London Cleanse Itself of Dirty Russian Money?
Bill Browder on why the U.K.’s new Economic Crime Bill isn’t enough to kick out Russian oligarchs.
Less than two weeks after Russian President Vladimir Putin’s forces invaded Ukraine, the British House of Commons on Monday passed a law to make it harder for Russia’s multibillionaire oligarchs to launder their dirty money through what has become known as “Londongrad.”
Lynne O’Donnell is a columnist at Foreign Policy and an Australian journalist and author. She was the Afghanistan bureau chief for Agence France-Presse and the Associated Press between 2009 and 2017.
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