By Karen "Alex" Lopez, December 6, 2022
Today, Mexico is among the three Latin American countries with the highest rates of wildlife trafficking. This problem is complex, especially considering one of their increasingly prolific partners is China.
By Tanner Clegg, November 22, 2022
As the best empirical data unfortunately indicate, violent conflicts are on the rise. After a precipitous drop in civil wars following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the number of active intrastate conflicts has ballooned over the...
By Trevor Sutton, June 23, 2022
The FinCEN Files shows that the system as currently designed and enforced is not doing an effective job of keeping criminals and corrupt officials out of the global economy.
By Gary Kalman, June 22, 2022
The costs of offshore finance are borne by the developed and developing world alike.
By Raymond Baker, June 7, 2022
Charles Davidson, a member of the DC Forum’s Executive Committee, interviews offshore expert Raymond Baker, Founding President of Global Financial Integrity, on Baker’s history of investigating offshore tax abuses and his call to de-create the offshore system.
By Bryce Tuttle, June 2, 2022
Bryce Tuttle discusses his discovery of the offshore financial system and how it facilitates transnational crime and corruption.
By Casey Michel, June 1, 2022
If you’re looking for offshoring services, there really is no better place than the U.S. Welcome, one and all, to the United States of Anonymity.
By Sarah Chayes, May 27, 2022
Author Sarah Chayes, interviewed by Ben Judah, discusses topics in her new book, “On Corruption in America and What is at Stake,” covering how her global corruption work turned toward her own country in the Trump era.