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UN Police, International Crime and Terrorism

This post was published 04 February 2015 in the Huffington Post. It is a variation of what I said 23 December 2014, on this blog, carrying the title “ 35 more words

Peace Operations

Introduction to Organized Crimes

Background:

Organized crime threatens peace and human security, violates human rights and undermines economic, social, cultural, political and civil development of societies around the world. 515 more words

General Studies

Conflict, organized crime, extremism and terror, and corruption

Within most of our peace operations, we face security and justice institutions being incapacitated by conflict. Achieving peace and security requires establishing sustainable governance in a community, nation, and State.  797 more words

Peace Operations

3 unexpected risks posed by transnational organized crime

As globalization eases the flow of finances, goods, and ideas, political risk expands the opportunities and scope for criminal activity, which can have severe consequences for businesses. 821 more words

International

Transnational Organized Crime in the Commonwealth of Independent States: a Brief Characterization

Official statistics on Transnational Organized Crime (hereinafter – TOC) in the Commonwealth of Independent States (hereinafter – CIS) does not exist. According to some experts, more than 300 organized groups and criminal organizations in the CIS have international connections, i.e. 614 more words

Organized Crime