The words ‘corruption’ and ‘Germany’ are not generally mentioned in the same sentence. While the Federal Republic generally performs admirably in international corruption comparisons, complacency is rarely a sound policy choice. Germany would benefit from thinking just a little more about where corruption may be lurking and what it might want to do about it.… Read More Dan Hough: Anti-Corruption in Germany; A Culture of Complacency?
Reminder to all members going to this year’s APSA conference in San Francisco, September 2-6: Our IASGP sponsored panel, “Contemporary Issues in German Foreign Policy,” meets on Saturday, September 5, at 8 am, in the Conference Hotel (Hotel Nikko) in Ballroom 1. We’d like to have good attendance at the panel (it assures us of… Read More The IASGP will be present at the APSA conference, Sept 2-6, 2015, San Francisco