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Title: UK compliance with international law: bribery and corruption.
Authors: Arnell, Paul
Quiroz-Onate, Diego
Keywords: Bribery
International law
United Kingdom
Legal obligations
BAE Systems
Al Yamamah contracts
Arms deals
Saudi Arabia
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Inderscience
Citation: ARNELL, P. and QUIROZ-ONATE, D., 2010. UK compliance with international law: bribery and corruption. International Journal of Liability and Scientific Enquiry, 3(3), pp. 183-212.
Abstract: UK compliance with its international obligations in the area of bribery and corruption is in question. Recent domestic and international developments have brought this issue to the fore. This article addresses UK compliance. In doing so it highlights the multi-faceted nature of the obligations upon the UK and its wide-ranging responses. It is concluded that the UK is in general compliant with the particulars of international law but perhaps not with its spirit.
ISSN: 1741-6426
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