Interviews

Archaeology of the Present: Organized Crime through the Study of Urban Built Environments

The urban landscape is a testament to the impact of transnational organized crime (TOC) in the everyday lives of citizens. Because of this, architects and urban planners have an interesting role to...

Global Vice: The Expanding Territory of the Yakuza

As the world furthers its interconnectedness, some criminal organizations formerly operating within a regional jurisdiction are now benefitting from transnational growth. Similar to international...

The Invention and Reinvention of the City: An Interview with Rem Koolhaas

 The following interview is an excerpt from the Journal of International Affairs spring/summer 2012 issue, “The Future of the City.” As cities grow in importance, so too does...

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