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Why I'm not running again for president of Costa Rica

by Oscar Arias Sanchez

The Tico Times, September 2016 | Letter

That is the politics in which I believe: ambitious and brave. The politics of hope. The politics that does not get distracted by petty matters, but that, rather, sets its sights on the most daring point on the horizon... Read More »

G20 Leaders Sign Off on Tax Transparency for the Few


November 2015 | Press Release

G20/OECD plans on automatic exchange of financial information and corporate profit shifting well intentioned but miss the mark on inclusion... Read More »

FTC Newsletter July-October


October 2015 | Newsletter

The past few months have been busy, to say the least. From the Financing for Development conference in July to September’s SwissLeaks Reviewed project and our 6th Financial Transparency Conference in October, there’s a great deal that has been happening in the effort to stem illicit financial flows. Our July – October newsletter will provide you with important policy, media, and organizational updates from us, our members, and the others from around the globe... Read More »

Curbing Illicit Financial Flows to Unlock a Sustainable Future


October 2015 | Report

This working paper from Transparency International looks at how to finance new efforts to mitigate climate change and fund the United Nations sustainable development goals. Achieving the sustainable development goals and countering climate change will require considerably more resources than what public finances alone can afford. By curbing illicit financial flows and recovering stolen assets, governments can unlock precious resources needed to close the financing gap... Read More »

Together, We Filled that Room with Light

by Oscar Arias Sanchez

October 2015 | Speech

The guest of honor at CIP's 40th anniversary on October 9th, 2015 was Óscar Arias Sánchez, president of Costa Rica from 2006 to 2010. He previously served as President from 1986 to 1990 and received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1987. ... Read More »

The Greek Crisis

by Harry Blaney

Independent UK, June 2015 | Letter

The articles about the Greek crisis and the UK's future in Europe all point to the sad state of European leadership and a growing trajectory in the British government to cut ties with the EU and thus, in my view, with the world at large... Read More »

Struggle Goes Far Beyond the Eurozone — It is About Europe’s Unity and Security

by Harry Blaney

Financial Times, June 2015 | Letter

Does anyone in Europe know what they are doing to themselves? The basis for the euro and the EU should and must be, in the end, “one for all and all for one”... Read More »

Worrisome Disarray in Europe

by Harry Blaney

The New York Times, June 2015 | Letter

Challenges point to a failure of vision among Europe’s national leaders and their political parties... Read More »

Burnished Perspective of Russia is Just Implausible

by Harry Blaney

Financial Times, January 2015 | Letter

Contrary to what some experts might think, Russia is not doing well... Read More »

How Best to Battle the Islamic State

by Harry Blaney

Washington Post, October 2014 | Letter

The United States can best help fight the Islamic State by using its best leveraged military technology, diplomacy, logistics, aerial capability and intelligence: exactly what President Obama and his national security team are doing... Read More »

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