How Exposing Corrupt Regimes Can Serve US Security (The Christian Science Monitor)


Kenneth Yalowitz, director of the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding, co-authored this opinion piece which contends that foreign corruption undermines development, U.S. interests, and ultimately U.S. security. The authors further argue that the fight against foreign corruption and the success of U.S. policy are linked, and the U.S. needs to implement country reports on corruption to increase transparency and encourage change.

Read the full story, published by The Christian Science Monitor on 5/25/11.

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