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Illicit Financial Flows From Developing Countries: 2001-2010

Illicit Financial Flows From Developing Countries: 2001-2010

by Global Financial Integrity

Dec-17-2012 | Report

Crime, corruption, and tax evasion cost the developing world $858.8 billion in 2010, just below the all-time high of $871.3 billion set in 2008... Read More »

Report to Supporters: Addressing Challenges to Global Security

Report to Supporters: Addressing Challenges to Global Security

by Bill Goodfellow

Dec-11-2012 | Report

Our end-of-year report outlines our post-election goals... Read More »

The Border Patrol's Strategic Muddle

The Border Patrol's Strategic Muddle

by Tom Barry

Dec-03-2012 | Report

With the release of its latest Strategic Plan, the Border Patrol emphasizes its lack of strategic focus. Barry outlines the shortcomings of the plan and provides solutions to ensure a clear direction in the future.... Read More »

Reasonable Defense: A Sustainable Approach to Securing the Nation

Reasonable Defense: A Sustainable Approach to Securing the Nation

by Carl Conetta

Nov-14-2012 | Report

In his latest report, Carl Conetta argues for a new balance among the various instruments of national power reflecting today’s strategic conditions... Read More »

Illicit Financial Flows from China and the Role of Trade Misinvoicing

Illicit Financial Flows from China and the Role of Trade Misinvoicing

by Global Financial Integrity

Oct-25-2012 | Report

A new report from Global Financial Integrity finds that China lost $3.79 trillion in illicit financial flows from 2000-2011... Read More »

Myths vs. Realities of Pentagon Spending

Myths vs. Realities of Pentagon Spending

by Stephen Miles, William D. Hartung

Jul-17-2012 | Report

As defense contractors play to American's fears of poor security to increase military spending, Bill Hartung and Stephen Miles reveal the facts about Pentagon spending... Read More »

USA and Allies Outspend Potential Rivals on Military by Four-to-One; America Carries Much of the Defense Burden for its Allies

USA and Allies Outspend Potential Rivals on Military by Four-to-One; America Carries Much of the Defense Burden for its Allies

by Carl Conetta

Jul-17-2012 | Report

In this fact sheet Carl Conetta looks U.S. military spending compared to that of other countries... Read More »

Bombs Versus Budgets: Inside the Nuclear Weapons Lobby

Bombs Versus Budgets: Inside the Nuclear Weapons Lobby

by William D. Hartung, Christine Anderson

Jun-06-2012 | Report

Bill Hartung explores the role of the nuclear arms lobby in seeking to block cuts in the hundreds of billions of dollars the U.S. government plans to spend on nuclear weapons in the next decade and beyond... Read More »

Report to Supporters: Turning Promises Into Policy

Report to Supporters: Turning Promises Into Policy

by CIP

Jun-04-2012 | Report

Read about the latest research and projects undertaken by CIP's expert staff as they seek to apply pressure to ensure that politicians' promises become actual policy.... Read More »

Immigrant Rights -- Scope, Limits, and Implications

Immigrant Rights -- Scope, Limits, and Implications

by Tom Barry

Mar-30-2012 | Report

Tom Barry explores the complicated and controversial subject of immigrant rights... Read More »

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