Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016
The military brass cannot have been surprised. Or, if they were, they were negligent. Statistics must be reported up the chain. They must certainly have heard—or perhaps dealt with—cases that never faced a formal charge.
Institutions are powerful, and if their values are different than the ones an employee holds, the employee must frequently accommodate his or her values to that of the institution.
There are now a dizzying number of commissioners overseeing the lives of Parliamentarians, public servants and lobbyists. What has changed? Are things getting better? Hardly, says Ian Bron.
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