bribery

Greek Corruption Scandal Ensnares Former Prime Ministers and Ministers

April 9, 2018
A bribery and money laundering scandal involving pharmaceutical companies that could cost Greece up to $23 billion has caught up with politicians from Greece’s conservative and social democratic parties. Syriza’s Ioannis Bournous explains what is known so far

Ariel Sharon Dies at 85

January 11, 2014
Ariel Sharon came to power as a cunning politician, running as a ‘security’ candidate during the second intifada, and forming the Kadima party to appear ‘centrist’ when compared to Likud

Wall Street Banks Obtain Market Data Ten Minutes Before Everyone Else

September 12, 2013

A news scandal shows the markets are rigged

Greg Palast

July 30, 2013
Greg Palast: Halliburton’s admission will make BP defense stronger against the government’s civil allegations of gross negligence

Corruption in Palestinian Government is Connected to Occupation

May 28, 2013

Aman: the main reason for malpractices in the Palestinian government is the Israeli occupation, but reforms should be pursued nevertheless, as public demand for transparency and fair government is strong