Foreign bribery enforcement / China's overseas tactics / Bangladesh grassroots movement
Foreign bribery enforcement: What happens to the public officials on the receiving end? (Resource). The report looks at what happened to the public officials in a set of 55 concluded cases between 2008 and 2013 where OECD-based companies were punished for bribing foreign public officials
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development: http://www.oecd.org/corruption/foreign-bribery-enforcement-what-happens-to-the-public-officials-on-the-receiving-end.htm
Holding Relatives Hostage: China's Newest Way of Pressuring Fugitives to Return to Face Corruption Charges (Blog). "Holding family members hostage to force a relative to surrender to authorities is a species of collective punishment, a patent human rights' violation universally condemned by the world community."
Rick Messick/The Global Anticorruption Blog: https://globalanticorruptionblog.com/2018/12/12/holding-relatives-hostage-chinas-newest-way-of-pressuring-fugitives-to-return-to-face-corruption-charges/
The grassroots movement against corruption in Bangladesh (Blog). "The closely interconnected three-fold approach of research, advocacy and social accountability — all conducted at the local and national levels — has allowed TI Bangladesh to make huge progress against corruption in the country."