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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Putin envisages Military-Technical cooperation with Nigeria

Vladimir Putin: Russia’s action man president MOSCOW––Russian President Vladimir Putin says he sees good prospects for cooperation with Nigeria in…

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Corruption

U.S. imposes financial sanctions on the former President of the Gambia Yahya Jammeh

Washington – Over the last year, various departments and agencies of the United States Government have actively collected information from…

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Corruption

U.S. Treasury Sanctions Venezuelan Officials Associated with Corruption

Washington – The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) designated four current or former Venezuelan government…

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Blog

Former U.S. Gov’t Immigration Lawyer Pleads Guilty to Stealing the Identities of Aliens

Former Chief Counsel Raphael A. Sanchez of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Office of Principal Legal Advisor pleaded guilty…

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Corruption

The FBI Targets African Transnational Organized Crime Groups

African TOC groups have developed quickly since the 1980s due to the globalization of the world’s economies and the great…

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Blog

The Government of Liberia: How to increase civil servant’s productivity 100 times without requiring 100 times more resources

The Government of Liberia’s Center for Innovation As part of the Government of Liberia’s approach to addressing recent macroeconomic shocks…

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Blog

Is Liberia’s President Manipulating the Presidential Elections?

Some may argue that Liberia is more democratic today than at any time in its history, but the country’s 2017…

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International Development

INTERPOL and Cisco Are Joining Forces to Fight Cybercrime

SINGAPORE – INTERPOL and Cisco have signed an agreement which will see cooperation between the two organizations to prevent and…

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Blog

Former Foreign Minister of Senegal Arrested in New York, Charged with Bribing High-Level African Officials

The charges and allegations in the complaint are merely accusations.  All defendants are presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a…

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Election

George Weah Maintains Lead in Liberia’s Election

Photo: George M. Weah in blue Monrovia (Globe Afrique) – Ex-footballer George Weah continued his lead in Liberia’s Presidential election…

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