E-ISSN: 2414-9942

No 5 (2019)

Legal and Political Challenges of Anticorruption Activities

This special issue of the journal is devoted to the overview and analysis of legal and political challenging issues in anticorruption activities.  Special issue guest editor: Oksana Huss.

Kyiv-Mohyla Law and Politics Journal is grateful to Kyiv office of Baker McKenzie for continuous support of our journal and to law firm ANTE for supporting this issue.

Table of Contents

Articles

Civil Society Against Corruption in Ukraine: Pathways to Impact PDF
Max Bader, Oksana Huss, Andriy Meleshevych, Oksana Nesterenko 1-35
Corrupting or Stabilizing: The Political Economy of Corruption in Donbas’s “People’s Republics” PDF
Gabriella Gricius 37-57
Humanizing (Anti)Corruption: The Socio-Legal Values of a Human Rights-Based Approach to Corruption PDF
Bruna de Castro e Silva 59-81
The EU’s Trifecta Mechanisms: Analysis of EU’s Response to the Challenges to the Rule of Law and Corruption PDF
Stoyan Panov 83-117
The Influence of Public Corruption and Human Values on Trust in the Police: A European Cross-National Perspective PDF
Sabrina Pfister 119-140
Exploring Shades of Corruption Tolerance: Tentative Lessons from Iceland and Sweden PDF
Gissur Ólafur Erlingsson, Gunnar Helgi Kristinsson 141-164
The Impact of State-Society Relations on Anticorruption Agencies in Southern Africa PDF
Thato Toeba 165-192
The Kremlin’s Malign Legal Operations on the Black Sea: Analyzing the Exploitation of Public International Law Against Ukraine PDF
Brad Fisher 193-223