The Biden administration has a controversial new plan for Afghanistan’s besieged central bank assets. But it doesn’t do what critics think it does.
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The Biden administration’s new strategy to combat corruption defines it as a national security risk to the economy and to democracy itself. But it is unclear how effective this plan will be against the broad range of harms it seeks to combat.
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The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack is intent on seeking any and all information. However, the amount of information the committee receives depends on a battle between four distinct groups with different legal obligations and authorities.
President-elect Joe Biden chose not to go to court. But the Administrative Procedure Act provides tools that a winning candidate could use to force the hand of a reluctant General Services Administration.
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