Paul Goldstein

PAUL F. GOLDSTEIN is an avid blogger and investigator in a U.S. based firm probing foreign corruption. Paul investigations focus on foreign corruption, white collar matters, insider trading and securities law. Paul has successfully advised foreign individuals in a wide range of enforcement matters including Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and U.S. Immigration violations.
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The U.S. Dept. of Justice and Other U.S. Agencies Are Poised to Assist Liberia’s Solicitor General Asset Recovery Efforts

The World Bank estimates African countries are losing between US$20 to US$40 billion every year through the exploitation of resources…

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International Development

US Slaps Venezuela-related sanctions on five Monrovia-based companies

Back on March 8, 2015, President Barack Obama signed Executive Order 13692, which initiated sanctions against the Venezuela government of…

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OPINION: The Inapt Idealism of U.S. Ambassador Elder on Protests by C.O.P in Liberia

Idealism is fine, but as it approaches reality, the costs become prohibitive” William F. Buckley, Jr. On July 18, 2019,…

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News

How the Buhari government failed to prosecute the woman who bankrupts Nigeria’s oil coffers

LONDON – President Muhammadu Buhari assumed power as a democratically elected president of Nigeria on the promise that he would…

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News

China commends Rajoelina on election as president of Madagascar

LONDON – China on Wednesday congratulated Andry Rajoelina on his election as president of Madagascar. According to reports, the high…

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Crime and Justice

Mo Ibrahim urges ICC to drop war crimes charges against President Omar al-Bashir

LONDON – British citizen and Sudan-born telecoms billionaire Mo Ibrahim called on the International Criminal Court (ICC) to drop war…

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Corruption

Liberia: A Failure to Audit Means You Own Anything That Happens Under Your Watch

NEW YORK, Corruption and economic crimes in the newly installed government of President George M. Weah of Liberia have hit…

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Governance

Eton Finance – A Bad Deal for the Liberian People

An Opinion: At Globe Afrique, we cherish the opinion and perspectives of all irrespective of race, gender, social status and…

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Paul Biya: the excessive costs of African leader’s foreign trips

85-year-old President Paul Biya of Cameroon ANALYSIS LONDON—Let us highlight Cameroon’s president, the 85-year-old Paul Biya, who is one of…

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Crime and Justice

Securities and Exchange Commission Charges Additional Defendant in ICO Scheme

NEW YORK – The Securities and Exchange Commission announced additional fraud charges stemming from an investigation of Centra Tech Inc.’s…

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