Three months on from the military coup, what should the international community do to support the people of Myanmar?
Governments around the world must take stronger action to respond to the calls of the people of Myanmar and help secure a more peaceful, democratic future for the country
Cool Runnings, commodity traders and global capital – a review of ‘The World for Sale’
New book reveals how commodity traders have become global power players, unbeknown to most
Why the EU’s sanctions regime must tackle corruption
If the EU does not create a robust corruption sanctions regime, it risks becoming a safe haven for those looking to evade US sanctions
Myanmar jade mine disaster highlights government inaction
The recent deadly landslide should be seen not as an unfortunate accident but as a predictable and preventable calamity that should shame the government into action.
Commodity traders: lenders of last resort for Africa’s oil-producers
Oil-backed loans are high-risk from a financial, sovereignty and corruption perspective. Transparency can help mitigate these risks, and is crucial for the responsible and accountable management of natural resources.