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11.12.2019 Efficiency and legitimacy of Côte d’Ivoire defence institutions threatened by corruption risk

11 December, Abidjan – Côte d’Ivoire’s defence sector faces a high risk of corruption which threatens to undermine security and stability in the fledgling democracy, according to new research...

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06.12.2019 High levels of defence corruption risk threaten security and stability in Niger

6 December, Niamey – Security and stability in Niger are threatened by high levels of corruption risk in its national defence sector, according to new research by Transparency International...

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29.11.2019 Promoting responsible governance in national defence establishments

By Stephanie Trapnell, Head of Research, and Michael Ofori-Mensah PhD, Project Manager How to govern military power presents one of the great global challenges of our age. Powerful, secretive...

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27.11.2019 Nigeria security votes spending case: Court ruling ‘important moment’ in fight for transparency

27 November, London – A court ruling this week that paves the way for civil society in Nigeria to challenge senior politicians over their secretive spending of billions of...

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25.11.2019 Critical Defence Corruption Risk Threatens Security and Stability in Middle East and North Africa

25 November, London – Security and stability across the Middle East and North Africa continues to be undermined by the risk of corruption in defence institutions, according to new...

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19.11.2019 EU Institutions Vulnerable as Authoritarian States ‘Weaponise’ Corruption, TI-DS Warns

November 19, London – Corruption is being harnessed by authoritarian regimes as a foreign policy tool, research by Transparency International – Defence & Security warns – and the West...

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18.11.2019 Corruption as statecraft: Why urgent steps must be taken to guard against this form of hybrid warfare

By Dr Karolina MacLachlan States and corrupt elite are turning to corruption to achieve foreign policy goals and a way to carry out hybrid warfare. This kind of corruption...

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24.10.2019 New Research Offers Roadmap to Tackle Corruption in Mali’s Defence Sector

October 24, Bamako – Mali’s defence sector has undergone a comprehensive health check in new research from Transparency International – Defence and Security (TI-DS), which stresses the need for urgent...

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16.09.2019 Major Changes to Flagship Government Defence Index

September 16th 2019, London – Transparency International’s Defence and Security Programme (TI-DS) has made some significant changes to its flagship Government Defence Anticorruption Index ahead of the first wave...

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16.09.2019 United Nations General Assembly 2019: As Member States gather in New York the UN must commit to its fight against corruption

Bénédicte Aboul-Nasr is a Project Officer at Transparency International Defence and Security. She works on issues related to corruption, conflict, and insecurity in the Middle East and North Africa...

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06.09.2019 Five ways that civil society organisations can contribute to the Arms Trade Treaty

Last week, Transparency International Defence & Security (TI-DS) attended the Fifth Annual Conference of States Parties (CSP5) to The Arms Trade Treaty (ATT), where delegations of the 104 signatories...

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23.07.2019 UN Should Expand Corruption Safeguards Around Peacekeeping Operations, New TI-DS Research Finds

The United Nations (UN) should further expand its work to safeguard against corruption around peacekeeping missions or risk jeopardising the success of its operations, according to new research published...

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