Defence Industries Programme, RUSI Journal and Von Hügel Institute
A lecture by James Cockayne, international lawyer and strategist.
Countries affected by conflict can provide fertile ground for criminal organisations: there are multiple factors at play, and countering them demands co-ordinated and informed response strategies. James Cockayne's article for the RUSI Journal is available at: http://www.rusi.org/publications/journal/journal/ref:A517E5941E6832/
This event is part of a RUSI Journal-Von Hügel Institute lecture series exploring the interplay between organised crime and security and will be chaired by Dr John Louth.
James Cockayne is an international lawyer and strategist based in New York. He has led the Center on Global Counterterrorism Cooperation, the Transnational Crime Unit of the Australian Attorney-General's Department, and the Editorial Committee of the Journal of International Criminal Justice. His books include Peace Operations and Organized Crime: Enemies or Allies? (Routledge, 2011) and Beyond Market Forces: Regulating the Global Security Industry (IPI, 2009).
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