No. 114

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California: Republican Cox Targets Corruption, Likes Chances In Governor’s Race CBS Local

New Jersey: The Jersey way: too narrow definition of political corruption

New York: Guilty, Again: Dean Skelos, Former Senate Leader, Is Convicted of Corruption in Retrial The New York Times

New York: New York governor opens the door to a criminal case against the Trump Foundation CNBC

Texas: Ex-Venezuelan energy official pleads guilty in graft case The Houston Chronicle

USA: 3 Lessons From Corruption Convictions The New York Times

China: China’s National Supervisory Commission: fresh, bigger fears over reach of new anti-corruption super agency South China Morning Post

Kenya: Kenyans have had it with corruption. Their leaders may finally be doing something about it The Washington Post

Nigeria: Buhari's Party Wins Nigerian State Vote Marred by Bribery Bloomberg

Nigeria: Nigeria's plan to redistribute recovered corruption money needs a rethink Mail & Guardian

Peru: Five Peru judges suspended amid corruption scandal involving audio tapes Peru Reports

United KingdomLondongrad and beyond: UK foreign policy and the fight against corruption European Council on Foreign Relations

New CAPI Podcast
Available for Download

CAPI is excited to launch our latest project, a new CAPI podcast on corruption related issues. Tune in to Integrity File to hear leading experts talk about corruption related issues, and their role in ensuring integrity in our public offices. Integrity File will be a new way to stay connected with CAPI's events and conferences. 

On the first episode, we revisit CAPI's conversation with former Office of Government Ethics Director Walter Shaub on the topic of ethics in the Trump Era. 

Integrity File is available for download on iTunes for Apple devices, and on Google Play for Android devices. Find it by searching for "Integrity File."  You can also listen to the full podcast episode here.

Integrity File is edited by CAPI summer intern Samuel Gross.


CAPI Welcomes New Program Officer
Rosie Fatt

CAPI is pleased to welcome to our team our new Program Officer Rosie Fatt. As Program Officer, Rosie will support the center’s research and administration. Rosie previously held positions at the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice at Harvard Law School, the Center for Law and Education, and the Office of Career Services at Columbia Law School.  She graduated from Barnard College with majors in Sociology and American Studies and competed as a member of the women’s rowing team. Outside of work, Rosie enjoys volunteering with the Harlem Clemente Course in the Humanities where she is a writing tutor. Find more information about CAPI's full team here.
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