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17.03.2023 Transparency International Defence and Security responds to fresh global arms transfers data from SIPRI

Responding to the latest annual data on global arms transfers, published by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) this month, Sara Bandali, Transparency International Defence and Security Director...

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10.03.2023 Transparency International Defence and Security responds to new US arms transfer policy

Responding to the new US Conventional Arms Transfer Policy, Josie Stewart, Director of Transparency International Defence and Security, said: America’s new arms transfer policy represents the first full acknowledgement...

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08.03.2023 International Women’s Day 2023: integrating a gender perspective

We know that corruption can be gender-specific in both form and impact. We know that it can perpetuate sexual and gender-based violence and gender inequality, and we know that the risks of this...

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02.03.2023 Sahel survivors of terror, trafficking and police brutality await progress on SDG16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

A forum tracking progress towards the 2030 sustainable development agenda has been taking place in Niger this week. With matters of security preoccupying policymakers and the public across the...

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01.03.2023 Blog: Can Ukraine thank Russian corruption for hindering their invasion?

Russia’s war in Ukraine has made slow progress amid a catalogue of corruption-related blows to the morale of its military. Josie Stewart and Joseph Moore chart the stalling of...

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17.02.2023 Munich Security Conference: Raising stakes in fight against corruption should be high on agenda

As the Munich Security Conference begins today, Josie Stewart, Director of Transparency International Defence and Security, said: “If Russia’s war in Ukraine has taught us anything, it should be that raising...

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20.01.2023 Transparency International Defence and Security responds to reports of new security aid for Ukraine

Responding to reports of new security aid for Ukraine, Josie Stewart, Director of Transparency International Defence and Security, said: Fresh security assistance for Ukraine is welcome, but history has...

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19.01.2023 Transparency International Defence and Security responds to EU-NATO joint declaration on co-operation in responding to common security threats

In response to the EU-NATO joint declaration on co-operation in responding to common security threats, Josie Stewart, Director of Transparency International Defence and Security, said The war in Ukraine...

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19.01.2023 Transparency International Defence and Security responds to UN Rule of Law debate

Responding to the United Nations Security Council all-day debate on the Rule of Law Among Nations, Josie Stewart, Director of Transparency International Defence and Security, said: United Nations Secretary...

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19.12.2022 Transparency International Defence and Security responds to reports of Burkina Faso mercenary hires

Responding to claims that Russian mercenaries have been contracted in Burkina Faso, Josie Stewart, Director of Transparency International Defence and Security, said: “Outsourcing national security to unregulated groups risks...

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16.12.2022 Transparency International Defence and Security responds to UN’s new Agenda for Peace

Responding to the announcement of a new Agenda for Peace, Josie Stewart, Director of Transparency International Defence and Security, said: “We welcome United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres’ promise...

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29.11.2022 Checking the rise of shadow armies

Private Military and Security Companies (PMSCs) are a growing presence globally. They act as ‘shadow armies’, operating without transparency and free from legal accountability for their actions in conflict...

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