UNCHAINED: Success stories on fighting corruption in Eastern Europe and Eurasia
Corruption has no boundaries, but what about the methods of fighting it? What is the scientific approach to preventing and combating corruption? What anti-corruption tools have proven to be universal for independent countries with a shared Soviet past and a similar nature of corruption?
Inna Nelles explores these questions in a series of in-depth interviews with the experts of the Eurasian Academic Anti-Corruption Network. The guests of the podcast talk about the successes of the anti-corruption fight and the lessons we can learn from Ukraine, Moldova, Armenia, Georgia and Kyrgyzstan. These insights will be of use to all those who are looking for effective solutions in the fight against corruption or investigating the post-Soviet space.