Corrupt practices
The great reset
Digital dictatorship

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Mukhaev, R. ., Madaliev, M. ., Amanhankuzu, A. A. ., Shermukhamedova, N. ., Trukhanov, S. ., & Peremibeda, P. . (2023). FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION IN THE CONTEXT OF THE UN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AGENDA. Lex Humana (ISSN 2175-0947), 15(2), 461–472. Retrieved from


The paper analyzes the possible risks borne by the implementation of mechanisms for constructing a new post-consumer reality within the framework of the UN Sustainable Development Agenda. The study considers research devoted to the analysis of changes in the economic and political situation provoked by the COVID-19 pandemic. The proposed scenario for the construction of a new political and social order transforms the mechanism of public goods distribution and creates preconditions and drivers for the reproduction of new forms of corruption. In the system of digital power of inclusive capitalism, the benefits of a carbon-neutral economy will only be available to the golden billion countries. Peripheral states will have to seek latent channels of redistribution of resources, which runs the risk of spreading political corruption.



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