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International perspectives on organized crime
1990 by Office of International Criminal Justice, University of Illinois at Chicago .
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Effects. Transnational organized crime is widely opposed on the basis of a number of negative effects. It can undermine democracy, disrupt free markets, drain national assets, and inhibit the development of stable societies.  In doing so, it has been argued , national and international criminal groups threaten the security of all nations. Historical Perspectives on Organized Crime and Terrorism book. Edited By James Windle, John F. Morrison, Aaron Winter, Subjects Humanities, Law, Politics & International Relations, Social Sciences. Back to book. chapter 16 Pages. : Andrew Silke.
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Book Summary: The title of this book is Historical Perspectives on Organized Crime and Terrorism (Routledge SOLON Explorations in Crime and Criminal Justice Histories) and it was written by James Windle (Editor), John F. Morrison (Editor), Aaron Winter (Editor).
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A former British public sector employee, David Critchley received his doctorate from Liverpool John Moores University, and is the author of the bibliography International Perspectives on Organized Crime and of articles in the journal Global Crime and Chronicle, the magazine of the Historical Society of : David Critchley.
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The Transnational Nature of Organized Crime in the Americas Organized criminal groups engaged in illicit trafficking often operate in an international context transcends national boundaries. So-called Mexican “cartels” operate in the United States, Central America, and the Andes, as do Colombian and Brazilian organizations.
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