‘Make corruption history,’ said leading British politician Gordon Brown. His comments were principally directed towards African leaders. But are Western politicians and commentators going the right way about stopping the rot? Isn’t there something missing in their analysis that the problem is mainly one of ‘poor governance’ in developing nations? This month’s issue of the *New Internationalist* digs a little deeper.
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