Thankless Job? Try Fighting Graft in Ukraine

The people who do the hands-on work of fighting corruption in Ukraine are frustrated but still hopeful.

All on a government salary.

Photographer: Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images

Throughout its 23 years as an independent state, Ukraine has been one of the most corrupt countries in the world. As it tries to clean itself up, the people driving change are predictably frustrated by the formidable resistance they face, and yet remarkably undeterred.

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