Georgetown Journal of International Law Invites Proposals for Symposium on Global Anti-Corruption

by Julian Ku

For those of you working on anti-corruption papers, the following symposium might be just the place for you (Deadline November 1, 2009).

http://opiniojuris.org/2009/10/15/georgetown-journal-of-international-law-invites-proposals-for-symposium-on-global-anti-corruption/

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    I have been doing work on the structural role of corruption in the Yemeni political system. I have found that corruption has become the main source of legitimacy for the ruling elite. Corruption has become so integral to the system and so accepted by the public to the extent that an honest govenment official can not possibly convince the general public of his integrity, as such integrity is no longer viewed as rational behavior.

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