G8 against Transnational Organized Crime

Author: Amandine Scherrer
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317131053
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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The fight against money laundering, drug trafficking, illegal immigration, cyber crime, and the promotion of the enhancement of judicial and police cooperation in criminal matters have been at the core of the G8's actions in this field since the 1990s. This book sheds light on the nature, structure and modus operandi of the G8's specific expertise on transnational organized crime from a sociological approach in order to understand the elaboration, production and diffusion of international norms and standards. It provides a detailed analysis of an under-researched aspect of international politics: the intensification of expert-level exchanges on the international stage over the enhanced cooperation against transnational organized crime that has led to an impressive elaboration of best practices and soft law recommendations. Very few studies have focused on the experts who determine these: who they are, what their socio-professional background is, and the nature and impact of their collective work in the global fight against organized crime.

Global Financial Crisis

Author: Chiara Oldani
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 1409489396
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Out of the debate over the effectiveness of the policy responses to the 2008 global financial crisis as well as over the innovativeness of global governance comes this collection by leading academics and practitioners who explore the dynamics of economic crisis and impact. Edited by Paolo Savona, John J. Kirton, and Chiara Oldani Global Financial Crisis: Global Impact and Solutions examines the nature of the recent crisis, its consequences in major regions and countries, the innovations in the ideas, instruments and institutions that constitute national and regional policy responses, building on the G8's response at its L'Aquila Summit. Experts from Africa, North America, Asia and Europe examine the implications of those responses for international cooperation, coordination and institutional change in global economic governance, and identify ways to reform and even replace the architecture created in the mid 20th century in order to meet the global challenges of the 21st.

Governing Global Finance

Author: Michele Fratianni
Publisher: Aldershot, England : Ashgate
ISBN:
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Leading economists and scholars of political economy from both academic and policy communities vigorously examine the key challenges facing the world economy in the coming years in this essential addition to course reading lists and library collections.

Transnational Threats

Author: Kimberley L. Thachuk
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780275994044
Format: PDF, Docs
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This collection of essays explores the nexus between international criminals and terrorists engaged in smuggling and trafficking everything from weapons of mass destruction to illegal aliens, potentially upsetting regional stability, undermining United States interests abroad, and threatening national security.

Crime War and Global Trafficking

Author: Christine Jojarth
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521886112
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Asks whether governments choose the best institutional designs to enable effective measures against criminal trafficking.

Fatal Indifference

Author: Ronald N. Labonte
Publisher: IDRC
ISBN: 1552501302
Format: PDF, ePub
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Jointly publ. by IDRC and The University of Cape Town Press