“The movement toward greater transparency from an organization that, for much of its lifetime, has operated in the dark is a welcome development. But to demonstrate true transparency, Interpol must embrace sustained openness. And so far, it has only permitted intermittent and tantalizingly incomplete glimpses into its inner workings,” writes Partner Edward Grange in POLITICO.
Read his full opinion piece on the need for more transparency at INTERPOL here.
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