Marina Walker Guevara

Deputy Director   International Consortium of Investigative Journalists

Marina Walker Guevara is ICIJ’s deputy director. A native of Argentina, she has reported from a half-dozen countries and her investigations have won and shared more than 12 national and international awards. Over a ten-year career, she has written about environmental degradation in Latin America by multinational corporations; shadowy U.S. government HIV/AIDS prevention programs in Africa, and the cigarette mafia in the Tri-Border Area of South America, among other topics. In March 2006 she was awarded the European Commission Lorenzo Natali Prize (Latin America and the Caribbean region) for her reporting about environmental damage caused in Peru by a U.S.-based mining company; that investigation also won her the 2006 Reuters-IUCN Media Award for Excellence in Environmental Reporting. She graduated magna cum laude from Universidad Nacional de Cuyo in Mendoza, Argentina, with a bachelor’s degree in communication sciences, and earned a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri.

New leak discloses secret tax agreements between major American companies and Luxembourg.

Leaked documents show how Luxembourg is a “magical fairyland” for global corporations seeking to slash their tax bills.

Chinese authorities moved aggressively to block online access to ICIJ news reports.

Files shed light on more than 20,000 tax haven clients from Hong Kong and mainland China.

Move by G8 leaders, in part, follows ICIJ's massive Offshore Leaks investigation.

Users can search ICIJ information about more than 100,000 offshore entities and discover the networks around them.

International tax authorities move on leaked offshore documents.

British Virgin Islands firm provided shelter for far-away frauds even as regulators prodded it to obey anti-money-laundering laws.

Secret records reveal the names behind covert companies and private trusts in offshore hideaways.

BBC World News to broadcast 'Looting the Pacific', a documentary that spotlights ICIJ's probe into ocean plundering.

ICIJ's exposé on overfishing in the South Pacific sparks parliamentary debate

Regulators overhaul fish tracking system to deter black market

The Chinese government is hiring the best of the best to advance its agenda

Trade issues fuel much of China's lobbying efforts—and few may be more important than textile imports

Ailing Cold War veterans say compensation program biased

How a critical advisory group got sidelined by two administrations

Federal watchdogs target secrecy, industry influence by "fifth branch of government"

State Department resisted handing over PEPFAR spending documents

HIV prevention was a side project for this nonprofit until it received an $8.3 million grant for abstinence programs in developing countries

The HIV epidemic in Ethiopia is widespread due to poverty, discrimination, and widespread commercial sex

How America’s top cigarette firms fueled a billion-dollar underground trade

Paraguay's corruption fuels a criminal economy

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Landlocked Paraguay emerges as a top producer of contraband tobacco

Tobacco is the most widely smuggled legal substance, and it's trafficking fuels organized crime and corruption

In the Philippines, U.S. aid has helped bolster a government whose military is tied to extrajudicial killings

Once-loyal Turkey passed up aid to maintain its own Iraq policy

Jordan's apparent willingness to participate in transfers of suspects trumps poor record on human rights

Ethiopia reaps U.S. aid by enlisting in war on terror and hiring influential lobbyists

Alabama pilgrimage also provides chance to mingle with lawmakers

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