The International Reach: Comparative Dimensions of Russian Organized Corrupted Networks
In the 1990s, after the collapse of the Iron Curtain, Russian organized crime found itself with unlimited access to financial resources and mobility. A new wave of emigration, business travel, and tourism quickly exported crime to other countries.
KeywordsOrganize Crime Communist Party Human Trafficking Money Laundering Criminal Group
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