In the final instalment of the Journal’s series on transnational organised crime and security, Peter Romaniuk analyses existing research on terrorist financing.
In a comprehensive overview of current approaches to this all-important nexus between organised crime and terrorism, he points out the gaps in current knowledge and suggests ways to develop methods of investigation. The pursuit of further empirical studies – gathering and analysing original evidence – is essential to make research immediately relevant to policy-makers, law enforcers and military professionals who seek to undermine the financial foundations of terrorist
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