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International Law and Transnational Organized Crime

Anne Wade

266 pages
Arcler Education Inc
International Law and Transnational Organized Crime brings to the notice of the readers the various kinds of organized crimes that occur and take place across the nations and the international laws that are framed for these crimes. It provides the readers with complete understanding of the transnational crimes and the international laws that have been framed for their control. This book also discusses about the formation of international law, the meaning of internationally organized crime, the impact of such crimes on the states and societies, the role of terrorism in such crimes, various kinds of crimes such as corruption, anti-money laundering and so on and the international perspective on such crimes.
Author Bio
Dr. Anne Wade has been a researcher and an instruction in the Criminal Justice field for 27 years. She is currently an Associate Professor at a Community College in North Carolina. She holds an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and a Ph.D. in Public Safety Leadership/Criminal Justice. Her research interests are in Criminology, Victimology, and the Human Services. She is married to Wesley Wade. She is an artist, writer, research, teacher, and trainer.