The Anti-Corruption Movement in India and the United States
James T. Parkinson
April 4, 2011
India and the United States share a common goal of fighting corruption, whether in the public or private sectors. Both countries have experienced too many instances of people taking advantage of their public or private positions to enrich themselves. From the U.S. and Indian perspectives, there are innumerable unfortunate examples available to illustrate this point. In response to these concerns, anti‐corruption efforts in the U.S. and India are at an all‐time high, as is coordination among the U.S., India, and many other countries fighting corruption.
Published by India Law News, Spring 2011