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Collateral Damage in Afghanistan and the FCPA in Azerbaijan

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Elsewhere on the web, I discuss the change in command in Afghanistan in terms of the concept of “collateral damage” for National Public Radio here.

And I offer a review of the recently concluded trial in United States v. Bourke, a major effort by the Justice Department to recast the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act by prosecuting the victim of a spectacular fraud involving an attempt to privatize the State Oil Company of Azerbaijan, at Oil and Glory, the website of BusinessWeek’s foreign affairs editor, Steve LeVine.

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