Discuss the impact of globalization on the rise of transnational criminal
organizations and transnational crime.
Write at least two paragraphs. Please cite your sources and comment on at
least two other students' posts.
This is one of the primary me
Mexicos Drug Trafficking Organizations:
Source and Scope of the Violence
June S. Beittel
Analyst in Latin American Affairs
April 15, 2013
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in Central America
and the Caribbean
A Threat Assessment
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International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences
Vol 3 Issue 1 January June 2008
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January June Vol. 3 (1): 1527
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Applying the eclectic framework
The strategy of transnational criminal
enterprises in the global era
Choose a friend. He will help you. Alas, he deserts you. Choose an
enemy. He will fight against you. Lo, he corrects and perfects you.
In the world of terrorism and crime, a failed operation is nonexistent. As
Combating terrorist financing and other financial crimes through private sector partnerships
Forman, Marcy M
Journal of Money Laundering Control; 2006; 9, 1; ProQuest Central
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The Financial Proceeds of
Transnational Organized Crime
All Over the World: Some New
This paper is a literature review of empirical findings re
International Journal of Cyber Criminology
Vol 8 Issue 1 January - June 2014
Copyright 2014 International Journal of Cyber Criminology (IJCC) ISSN: 0974 2891
January June 2014, Vol 8 (1): 120.
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CITIZEN SECURITY AND TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED
CRIME IN THE AMERICAS: CURRENT SITUATION
AND CHALLENGES IN THE INTER-AMERICAN ARENA*
1 Executive Summary
Insecurity and crime are now considered the main problem facing Latin American
The Dark Side of Globalization
Transnational crime will be a defining issue of the 21st century for
policymakersas defining as the Cold War was for the 20th century
and colonialism was for the 19th. Terrorists and t
Adapting for Success
At 12:01 a.m. this morning, a major thrust of our war on terrorism
began with the stroke of a pen. Today, we have launched a strike on the
financial foundation of the glob
Border Security: Understanding Threats at
Marc R. Rosenblum
Specialist in Immigration Policy
Jerome P. Bjelopera
Specialist in Organized Crime and Terrorism
Kristin M. Finklea
Specialist in Domestic Security
February 21, 2013
Gangs in Central America
Clare Ribando Seelke
Specialist in Latin American Affairs
August 29, 2016
Congressional Research Service
Gangs in Central America
The Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) and its main rival, the 18th Street
Discuss the impact of the fall of the Soviet empire on the evolution of the Russian Mafia.
How does the old Russian Mafiya differ with the more modern Russian Mafiya?
Write at least two paragraphs.Please cite your references and comment on two other
Is MS-13 a transnational criminal organization or loosely affiliated street gang?
Do they pose signficant threat to our national security?
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at least two paragraphs and around
Explain the principles of money laundering and provide examples. What is the most
effective means to stop it?
Identify at least one regulation/law from the Bank Secrecy Act or PATRIOT Act which is
designed to combat money laundering.
Write at leas
Discuss how transnational criminal organizations use the internet to conduct and facilitate crime?
Transnational criminal organizations have become very sophisticated over the years elevated
small street level crime to white collar crime. Internat
Discuss how corruption impacts on economic development and how corruption supports
terrorism and transnational crime. What actions is the US government taking to combat
Please cite your references and comment on at least two o
What laws, organizations or treaties are needed to fight transnational crime more effectively?
Write at least two paragraphs. Please cite your references and comment on two other students'
New challenges emerge daily for the international c
The U.S. border with Mexico extends nearly 2,000 miles. And its along this expansive stretch of
territory that drug cartels and their street gang enforcers ply a dangerous and costly trade. The
repeated demand for a secure border is so often used as the c
"Final Exam 411" for INTL411 D001 Fall 12
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International Criminal Organizations
3 credit hours
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David A. Martin
Dr. Denise Nation
INTL411 D001 SUM 15
1 November 2015
Reports of alleged computer crime have been a hot news item of late. Especially alarming is
the realization that many of the masterminds behind these criminal acts are mere
Week 3 - Organized Crime in Mexico, Central America and the
Bilateral cooperation between the United States and Mexico has become a hallmark of interAmerican relations in recent years. The summit between the two countries' pr
Future war will not be waged by armies but by groups whom today we
call terrorists, guerillas, bandits, and robbers, but who will undoubtedly hit upon more formal titles to describe them themselves.1
Martin van Crevel