- Words: 841
- Length: 2 Pages
- Topic: Military
- Paper #: 59280865
Hard evidence was hard to find, but in cases where corruption was proven, people were punished, often through loss of job or leadership position (Bailey 15-16). Both Harvey and Bailey recommend more transparency in the processes of registration for and distribution of aid and responsive mechanisms to receive, investigate, and address recipient complaints.
The International Criminal Court seems to be able to hold itself above the corrupting influences that can affect