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Policing the Globe In This Illuminating History That Spans Past Campaigns Against Piracy And Slavery To Contemporary Campaigns Against Drug Trafficking And Transnational Terrorism, Peter Andreas And Ethan Nadelmann Explain How And Why Prohibitions And Policing Practices Increasingly Extend Across Borders The Internationalization Of Crime Control Is Too Often Described As Simply A Natural And Predictable Response To The Growth Of Transnational Crime In An Age Of Globalization Andreas And Nadelmann Challenge This Conventional View As At Best Incomplete And At Worst Misleading The Internationalization Of Policing, They Demonstrate, Primarily Reflects Ambitious Efforts By Generations Of Western Powers To Export Their Own Definitions Of Crime, Not Just For Political And Economic Gain But Also In An Attempt To Promote Their Own Morals To Other Parts Of The World A Thought Provoking Analysis Of The Historical Expansion And Recent Dramatic Acceleration Of International Crime Control, Policing The Globe Provides A Much Needed Bridge Between Criminal Justice And International Relations On A Topic Of Crucial Public Importance.

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☀ Policing the Globe  PDF / Epub ✍ Author Peter Andreas – Instaposter.us
  • Hardcover
  • 333 pages
  • Policing the Globe
  • Peter Andreas
  • English
  • 11 December 2018
  • 0195089480

10 thoughts on “Policing the Globe

  1. says:

    A good, well researched guide to the growth of transnational crime control and international police cooperation over the last hundred years Andreas presents a clear description of the development of extradition regimes and both bilateral and multilateral efforts via organisations like Europol to combat transnational crime Andreas makes a clear point while some activities e.g., smuggling or piracy have traditionally been regarded as crimes extending past borders, the vast growth in trans A good, well researched guide to the growth of transnational crime control and international police cooperation over the last hundred years Andreas presents a clear description of the development of extradition regimes and both bilateral and multilateral efforts via organisations like Europol to combat transnational crime Andreas makes a clear point while some activities e.g., smuggling or piracy have traditionally been regarded as crimes extending past borders, the vast growth in transnational crime in the last fifty years is in no small part a result of definingandcross border activities as crimes e.g money laundering as part of the US led War on Drugs Andreas argues that international attitudes toward criminalisation and crime control have been shaped to a large extent by American attitudes and American security needs and interests Just as the EU has enfo...

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