The Politics of Perceiving Corruption
December 9, 2012 - Example Author - New Eastern Europe newsletter
Whilst levels of perceived corruption in Eastern Europe have remained steady compared with three years ago, and admittedly in some cases improved for those states belonging to the EU, they have also plummeted in those “Western” countries most affected by the euro crisis.
Matt Shearman, an editor of the transnational life magazine Europe and Me, discusses.
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