Fighting Foreign Corruption in a Global Competitive Economy: Re-thinking the Role of International Law

Axelle Vivien Vol. 41 Associate Editor For decades, the United States (“US”) was the main – and unique? – driving […]

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Curbing Corruption: Doable or Dreamlike? India Pushes to Criminalize Bribery of Foreign Officials

Jason S. Levin, Vol. 37 Associate Editor August 2015 marked the release of India’s Twentieth Law Commission report, wherein Indian […]

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The Long Arm of Justice: America’s Place in China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign

Derek Turnbull, Vol. 36 Associate Editor As President Xi Jinping’s burgeoning anti-corruption campaign takes root in China, forcing government officials […]

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