I am looking to write a capstone paper comparing Transparency International’s Corruption perception index, to that of the Global Corruption Barometer. Both measure and rank a country’s level of corruption annually, and many people prefer the Global corruption Barometer for its accuracy. I want to compare both to see which one is better and more accurate at reporting whether a country is improving in combatting corruption. I will be looking at the corruption rankings of both Angola and Vietnam. According to Transparency International, both countries have “improved” their corruption rankings, meaning that they are reducing corruption in their countries. this may be so according to the rankings, but the news and other indices say otherwise. Once I determine which of the two is more superior for rating country corruption, I would also like to compare it to other corruption rating systems such as Amnesty international, freedom house, human rights watch, and other ones with the same platform. My professor would also like me to the include what the intent of the anti-corruption campaigns are, what are the difficulties of analyzing these effects against the indices, and how have these anti-corruption laws and or campaigns, reduced corruption? Is it legitimate? Are these indices reporting accurate data? Are these indices/watchdog groups recognizing and scoring progress to these countries, so that they can get on the good size of these governments, who will then grant them access into the country so that they can do these types of measurements and analyses?