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Politics | Geography | Citizenship

Is corruption inevitable?

According to the Corruption Perceptions Index, more than two-thirds of all the world's countries are seen to have a serious corruption problem. This is a major issue. Many have devoted their lives to tackling it. So why is it so hard to get rid of corruption? And is it even possible at all? This video from TED-Ed explores a vital question: is corruption inevitable?

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