Transnational Organized Crime

Vol. 66, No. 1 - Fall/Winter - 2012

Borderland Conditions between the United States and Mexico

By Natalia Mendoza, Rachel St. John

Rio De Janeiro: A Local Response to a Global Challenge

By Col. Robson Rodrigues da Silva, Laura Vargas

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

By Eyal Weizman, Guillermo Ruiz de Teresa

Global Vice: The Expanding Territory of the Yakuza

By Ania Calderón, Jake Adelstein

Organized Crime in a Network Society

By Misha Glenny, Ronald Davis

Whither Antidrug Policy?

By Ania Calderón, Vanda Felbab-Brown

Demands of Supply

By Matthew Hockenberry

The Failed Divorce of Serbia’s Government and Organized Crime

By Nemanja Mladenovic

Outgunned: The Honduran Fight Against Transnational Cocaine Traffickers

By Ana-Constantina Kolb

International Narcotics Law Enforcement: A Study in Irrationality

By Frank G. Madsen

Fighting Transnational Environmental Crime

By Lorraine Elliott

Corporate Criminal Liability: Article 10 of the Convention Against Transnational Organized Crime

By Mohamed Mattar

Central American Gangs: Changing Nature and New Partners

By Douglas Farah

The Twenty-first Century Expansion of the Transnational Drug Trade in Africa

By Ashely Neese Bybee, Ashley Neese Bybee

States, Frauds, and the Threat of Transnational Organized Crime

By Michael Levi

The Diverse Facilitators of Counterfeiting: A Regional Perspective

By Louise I. Shelley

Deciphering the Linkages between Organized Crime and Transnational Crime

By Jay S. Albanese

Human Trafficking: A Global Perspective

By Emmania Rodriguez

The Story of Two Women who Risked Everything in the International Drug Trade

By Alina A. Smyslova

The Shadow World: Inside the Global Arms Trade

By Krisztian Simon

Draining Development? Controlling Flows of Illicit Funds from Developing Countries

By Frank Murray

Mafias on the move: How Organized Crime Conquers New Territories

By Diana del Olmo

Treasure Islands: Uncovering the Damage of Offshore Banking and Tax Havens

By Chris Eshleman

The Money Laundry: Regulating Criminal Finance in the Global Economy

By Ethan Wagner

Mexico’s Struggle for Public Security: Organized Crime and State Responses

By Laura Vargas

Informality and Illegality in the Exploitation of Gold and Timber in Antioquia

By Victoria Webster

Gridlock: Labor, Migration, and Human Trafficking in Dubai

By Alexander Lee

Criminal Activity in a Globalizing World

By Madeline K. B. Ross, Madeline K.B. Ross

Hidden in Plain Sight: An Anthropology of the Global Criminal Underworld

By David Kortava