World-Check leak puts research tool under renewed scrutiny

The database has its critics, but used sensibly it can play an important role in criminal and due diligence investigations. more >

Moldova banking scandal casts long shadow

The ability of Moldova’s coalition government to clean up the country’s institutions in the wake of a major banking scandal, which saw the theft of almost $1bn, has been thrown into doubt by recent revelations that the ruling parties were allegedly aware of the fraud a year before it was exposed.more >

Brussels struggling to end Macedonian political impasse

Macedonia’s ruling party appears reluctant to pave the way for free and fair elections, as prospects of EU membership fade. more >

Economic crisis threatens South Sudan peace process

The new transitional government is running out of cash as it seeks to stabilise the strife-torn country.more >

Education reforms key to Saudi economic plan

FT beyond.brics.com Saudi Arabia: A secondary school system dominated by religious studies will have to change direction if moves to expand the private sector are to stand any chance of success. more >

Kurds fearful as President Erdogan ups the ante

Turkey’s President looks set to extend his powers and clamp down on Kurdish political opposition in a move that may deepen the country’s security crisis. more >

Is the South China Sea dispute set to escalate?

Tensions have been growing in the South China Sea ahead of an international tribunal ruling on Chinese territorial claims.more >

Fleeing Russian businessmen’s persecution claims come under scrutiny

Determining whether the prosecutions they face are politically motivated can pose a considerable challenge.more >

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