By Nate Sibley
As details of Kremlin interference in the U.S. elections continue to emerge (including suggestions that Vladimir Putin himself directed elements of the operation), an intriguing idea is breaking out in policy circles: That it is time for the U.S. to release information gathered by its intelligence agencies about the Russian president’s illicit personal wealth.
As Hannah Thoburn and Benjamin Haddad, both Research Fellows at Hudson Institute, wrote in The Hill today:
Hundreds of billions of dollars in illicit money has flowed out of Russia in the past years and has found a comfortable home in New York or Miami real …read more
Source: Kleptocracy Initiative