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Marco Overhaus

Marco Overhaus

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Marco Overhaus is a senior researcher at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs in Berlin and the author of a recent study on US policy toward NATO.

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    White-Collar Crime, No Punishment

    Katharina Pistor Even if the latest scandals in banking reveal nothing new about the financial industry's ethical standards, they have put a spotlight on a bigger emerging problem: the complicity of law enforcement agencies in white-collar crime. The watchdogs are not only shirking their duties; they have joined the other side.  warns that law enforcement agencies are not only ignoring but becoming complicit in white-collar criminality.
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    Returning to Multilateralism

    Ban Ki-moon For 75 years, the United Nations has provided an imperfect but unrivaled global forum for advancing peace, prosperity, and human rights, standing as a bulwark against another world war. But the COVID-19 pandemic presents the world's premier multilateral body with its biggest challenge yet.  urges leaders gathering virtually for the UN General Assembly to recommit to global cooperation.

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