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Specificity of Germany's Anti-Corruption Policy in Implementation of the Programmes of International Development Cooperation in 2003-2017
Since the late 1990s, rampant corruption and fragile statehood in developing countries have become an issue of global development agenda and concern of main donor countries. In this paper, the author will analyze anti-corruption strategy of Germany in development policy: its evolution, main instruments and areas of actions. The case of development cooperation with two countries will demonstrate in practice Germany’s assistance in anti-corruption programs. The importance of Germany as the second largest donor after the US and weak aid effectiveness explain the relevance of the given topic.