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World Atlas of Illicit Flows
May 22, 2019
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Author: INTERPOL, RHIPTO, The Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime Publication Date: September 2018 Summary: This atlas identifies more than 1,000 routes used for smuggling drugs and natural resources as well as human trafficking. The report provides the first consolidated global overview of these illicit flows and their significance in conflicts worldwide. It also forms a foundation […]

Transnational Crime and the Developing World
May 22, 2019
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Author: Global Financial Integrity Publication Date: March 2017 Summary: The aim of this report is to provide an overview of 11 different transnational crimes and their overlapping trends and systems: the trafficking of drugs, arms, humans, human organs, and cultural property; counterfeiting; illegal wildlife crime; illegal fishing; illegal logging; illegal mining; and crude oil theft. Each chapter […]

Criminal Nature: The Global Security Implications of the Illegal Wildlife Trade

Author: International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) Publication Date: June 2013 Summary: This updated report contains new evidence about the gravity of the threat that illegal wildlife trade and the poaching crisis represents to security, to wildlife, and to people.  It also examines illegal wildlife trade links to violence, radicalism, organized crime, corruption, fraud, and terror – […]

Illicit Financial Flows to and from 148 Developing Countries: 2006-2015
May 21, 2019
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Author: Global Financial Integrity Publication Date: January 2019 Summary: This is the latest in a series of reports, issued on a roughly annual basis by Global Financial Integrity (GFI), which provides country-level estimates of the illicit flows of money into and out of 148 developing and emerging market nations as a result of their trade in goods […]

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