Unformatted text preview: others (global pollution) not been treated as serious crime issues? 2. Can crime statistics compiled by different countries even be compared? 3. What are we to make of the fact that not all countries have laws criminalizing the negative behaviors we are discussing? For example, money laundering is not universally a crime. 4. How do we account for the major differences in policy in regards to preventing and deterring these type crimes? The United States has been employing imprisonment of both dealers and users as the solution to drug trafficking; in Holland you can purchase marijuana in cafes....
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- Spring '08
- transnational crime, academic study