6 June 2019
Languages: English

From Kuala Lumpur to Pretoria, and from Islamabad to Yerevan—concerns about corruption have spawned political change across the world in 2018. With information about the shameless stealing of their rulers proving harder to contain, citizens have taken to the streets to demand change, and, at the ballot box or through a handover of power, new rulers have stepped forward promising a cleaner government.

For StAR, the global anti-corruption wave resulted in a year full of new country engagements: training law enforcement and prosecutors in financial investigations, helping countries introduce new legislation to ensure those in power declare their assets, and, most importantly, forging new relationships between countries whose wealth has been looted and the financial centers where it ends up.

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