Stefano Marzi

Stefano Marzi is a lawyer and anti-money laundering compliance officer based in Poland, and an independent researcher of the intersection between financial crime, security, democracy, and the rule of law.

The EU’s Anti-money Laundering Authority is a Forward Step in Its Pursuit of Strategic Autonomy

Brussels is taking the lead in the fight against financial crime. The Council of the European Union and the Parliament have reached a final...

How Will Brazil Stand Amidst the Competition Between the U.S. and China?

For a good part of the last two centuries, the U.S. wielded dominant influence on South America and its largest country, Brazil. Bilateral relations...

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