International Affairs
1 December 2011 , Volume 67, Number 6

When Indian and Brazilian citizens took to the streets this year in anti-corruption demonstrations, they were seeking to re-establish control over their politicians and to remedy the widespread failure of governing and opposition parties to address endemic corruption.


Dr Petra Schleiter and Alisa Voznaya

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