Transnational Crime and Human Insecurity in South East Asia
The year 2000 was a watershed in the post-Cold War battle against organized crime as leaders from 154 counties gathered in Palermo, Italy, in order to sign a new UN Convention against Transnational Organized Crime. Since then, government leaders in the world identified the transnational nature of organized crime as a ‘security’ threat, a threat eroding the sovereignty of nation states and one also damaging to the well-being of civil society.
KeywordsOrganize Crime Human Trafficking Human Security Transnational Organize Crime Transnational Crime
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