Transnational Crime - IP 5/3 Chapter 14 Transnational Crime...

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IP 5/3 Chapter 14 Transnational Crime Drugs—global drug trade=$300 billion…same as oil trade Slavery/trafficking Illegal arms trade Piracy of copy righted materials Stolen goods What international mechanisms exist to deal with transnational crime? Interpol—limited authority Material mechanisms do not really exist to deal with transnational crime Limits of state sovereignty Environmental Issues-Tragedy of the Commons Individual interest conflicts with collective or societal interest Fishing (Japanese whaling)…deplete stocks of global fish supplies Global Warming Kyoto Protocol Reduce CO2 emissions Signed December 1997—reduce emissions of GHG
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Unformatted text preview: Europe to reduce by 8% Japan by 5% US by 7% US refused to sign—too much of an economic impact/unequal treatment between developed and undeveloped countries Undeveloped countries claim they need a level of emissions to be able to develop Two biggest emitters are US and China Montreal Protocol Deals with the ozone layer 1987 US did sign this Limits CPCs—source is refrigerators Energy Extraction of fossil fuels is difficult, but they are present Two approaches 1) Develop technology dealing with energy use 2) Use less Population 6.5 billion people...
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  • Fall '10
  • Boroviak
  • Global Warming, CO2 emissions, Greenhouse gas, Kyoto Protocol, transnational crime

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