We didn’t need more proof that power and corruption go hand in hand, but we got it with the release of the “Panama Papers” last week. The 11.5 million documents revealed more evidence on how common place it is for the rich and the powerful to evade laws. But seriously, is anyone surprised that Egypt’s deposed dictator Mubarak was involved in shady dealings? Not us. Since the rich and the powerful came together so effectively to pull this off, we’re left wondering and worried about two things: first, what else are world leaders doing to undercut their own people that we don’t know about? And second, if world leaders can pull this off, why can’t they pull off something, anything, that actually matters to the countries they’re responsible for governing?