RUSI JournalVolume 158Issue 2members only

Transnational Organised Crime and International Security: A Primer

Transnational organised crime is a security threat, and hence a concern for both defence and law-enforcement actors.

Crime is central to security concerns and to defence and policing activities. James Bergeron explores the nexus between transnational organised crime and international security, and the role that the military can play in combating organised crime.

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