The Transnationalisation of Risks of Violence

The Transnationalisation of Risks of Violence -

Transnational risks of violence - such as ethnic conflicts, organized crime (drug trafficking, money laundering), or terrorism - are both a cause and a feature of a transition from a national to a post-national world. Much evidence suggests that, compared to intrastate conflicts, transnational violence has gained in importance and will continue to ...

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