The rise of the Kleptocracy

In Western countries, large scale corruption is often seen as a problem of other places.

But corruption in countries in Asia and Africa depends on a network of professional intermediaries based in Western capitals.

Alexander Cooley, Director of the Harriman Institute at Columbia University and professor of political science at Barnard College

Presenter: Phillip Adams

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