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Transnational Crime and Terrorism in a Global Context [Paperback]

William P. Bloss


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Table of Contents

PART I: UNDERSTANDING TRANSNATIONAL CRIME

Section Overview

1 The Globalization of Crime (Louise Shelley)

2 Migration and Crime (Joshua D. Freilich and Graeme Newman)

3 An Overview of Transnational Crime Concepts and Models (William P. Bloss)

4 Transforming Transnational Crime (William P. Bloss)

5 Exploring Criminal Relationships (William P. Bloss)

6 The Securitization of Transnational Organized Crime: A Conceptual Overview (Jack J. Porter)

7 Cross-National Comparisons of Recorded Crime (Marcelo F. Aebi)

PART II: CHARACTERISTICS OF ORGANIZED CRIME AND DRUG TRAFFICKING

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8 Transnational Organized Crime (Jay S. Albanese)

9 The Italian Mafia (Vincenzo Ruggiero)

10 Organized Crime Groups in Asia (Leona Lee)

11 Can the Global Community “Win” the Drug War?(Federico Mayor, Jerome Binde and Harry G. Levine)

12 Comparative European and American Drug Control Policy: An Examination of Efficacy and Contributing Factors (William P. Bloss)

13 Drug Trafficking (Mangai Natarajan)

14 Drug Cartels: Neither Holy, Nor Roman, Nor An Empire (Enrique Desmond Arias)

PART III: CHARACTERISTICS OF GLOBAL TERRORISM

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15 Is the War on Terrorism Succeeding? (Douglas J. Feith and John Gershman)

16 Terrorism (Graeme Newman and Ronald V. Clarke)

17 An Essay on Terrorism (Marc E. Nicholson)

18 The Origins of the New Terrorism (Matthew J.Morgan)

19 Understanding the Terrorist Mind-Set (Randy Borum)

20 The Terrorism to Come (Walter Laqueur)

21 Multibillion $ Illicit Drugs Sales Fuel Terror Offensive (Ed Blanche)

PART IV: CHARACTERISTICS OF TRAFFICKING, SMUGGLING, AND TECHNOLOGY CRIME

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22 Trafficking in Human Beings: A Challenge to Governments and Non-Governmental Organizations Around the World (Alexis A. Aronowitz)

23 International Trafficking of Stolen Vehicles (Ronald V. Clarke and Rick Brown)

24 Nuclear Material Trafficking (Phil Williams)

25 Cybercrime (Richard Lovely)

26 Child Pornography (Richard Wortley)

27 International Fraud (Michael Levi)

PART V: INTERNATIONAL LAWS AND ORGANIZATIONS

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28 The Role of the United Nations (Roger S. Clark)

29 Human Rights Commissions (José Luis Morin)

30 Legal Traditions (Philip L. Reichel)

31 The Development of International Criminal Law (Gloria J. Browne-Marshall)

32 Principles of International Criminal Jurisdiction (William P. Bloss)

PART VI: INTERNATIONAL COURTS AND POLICE

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33 International Criminal Tribunals (Gloria J. Browne-Marshall)

34 The International Criminal Court: A New Era in International Criminal Justice (Antigona Kukaj and Mangai Natarajan)

35 The European Union and Judicial Cooperation (Matti Joutsen)

36 Providing More Protections to the Accused in the Criminal Justice Process (Yue Ma)

37 World Policing Systems (Rob I.Mawby)

38 The Longer Arm of the Law: The Growth and Limits of International Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Cooperation (William F.McDonald)

39 Challenge and Transition—Policing Developments in the European Criminal Justice System (Conor Brady)

PART VII: INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE RESOURCES

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40 The World Criminal Justice Library Network—WCJLN (Phyllis A. Schultze)

41 International Criminal Justice: Websites, Media, Journals, Professional Associations (Maria Kiriakova and Gretchen Gross)

Conclusion—A Final Word: Future Prospects and Recommendations (William P. Bloss)

Appendix—World Map

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