About

Corruption in the Americas was conceived as a semi daily summary news feed covering corruption and anti-corruption events from all over the American continent. Researchers, practitioners, activists, and college students are encouraged to take advantage of this website to inform their own activities.

The countries covered have been selected based on their ratification of the two most important anti-corruption agreements in the region: The Inter-American Convention Against Corruption (IACAC) and the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC). Likewise, the newspapers surveyed are widely considered to be the most important of their respective countries, either in terms of sales or  coverage.

The list of countries and newspapers considered for the summary news feed are:

  • Antigua and Barbuda: The Daily Observer
  • Argentina: Clarín and La Nación
  • Bahamas: The Nassau GuardianThe Tribune, and The Bahamas Journal
  • Bolivia: El Diario and La Razón
  • Brazil: O Estado de São PauloO Globo, and Folha de São Paulo
  • Canada: The Globe and Mail, and Toronto Star
  • Chile: El MercurioLa Tercera, and La Segunda
  • Colombia: El Tiempo and El Espectador
  • Costa Rica: La Nación and Diario Extra
  • Dominica: The Chronicle and The Dominican
  • Dominican Republic: Listín Diario and Hoy
  • Ecuador: El Universo and El Comercio
  • El Salvador: El Diario de Hoy and La Prensa Gráfica
  • Grenada: Grenadian Voice and The News Today
  • Guatemala: Nuestro Diario and Prensa Libre
  • Guyana: Guyana Chronicle and Kaieteur News
  • Haiti: Le Nouvelliste and Le Matin
  • Honduras: La Prensa and El Heraldo
  • Jamaica: Jamaica Observer and Jamaica Gleaner
  • Mexico: El Universal, Milenio and Excélsior
  • Nicaragua: La Prensa, Hoy and El Nuevo Diario
  • Panama: La Prensa, Panamá América and La Estrella
  • Paraguay: ABC Color and Última Hora
  • Peru: El Comercio, La República and Perú21
  • Saint Lucia: The Voice and Star
  • Trinidad and Tobago: Trinidad Express and Trinidad Guardian
  • United States: New York Times, USA Today and The Washington Post
  • Uruguay: El Observador and El País
  • Venezuela: El Nacional, Últimas Noticias and El Universal

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