Beyond the Duvalier Legacy: What New “Arab Spring” Governments Can Learn from Haiti and the Benefits of Stolen Asset Recovery

Vlasic, Mark V., Cooper, Gregory | January 1, 2011

This article analyzes a ground-breaking development in the global fight against corruption: international asset recovery. By highlighting developments in the Duvalier case, the authors argue that stolen asset recovery is quickly emerging as one of the more high profile aspects of holding corrupt political leaders accountable and developing the rule of law.