External Resources

Money Laundering
Transnational Organized Crime
Human Trafficking
Security Issues
Illicit Trade
Drug Trafficking
Environmental Crime
Academic and Research Organizations


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Money Laundering Links

The Hawala System and its role in shadow economy money transfers

Events / Statements — Financial Crimes

Government Efforts

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Transnational Organized Crime Links

Asian Organized Crime

Southeastern European Organized Crime

  • Task Force on Organized Crime in the Baltic Region
    Such co-operation was at first established at the Baltic Sea Conference on Combating International Crime in 1993. The Task Force includes all the countries around the Baltic, which are represented by personal representatives of the Heads of Government, and the European Commission, EUROPOL, INTERPOL and The World Customs Organisation have been given status as observers

Western European Organized Crime

Eurasian Organized Crime

 Organized Crime in the Americas

Other Organized Crime

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Human Trafficking Links

TraCCC Products:

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Terrorism Links

  • The Terrorism Research Center
    Founded in 1996, the Terrorism Research Center, Inc. (TRC) is an independent institute dedicated to the research of terrorism, information warfare, critical infrastructure protection and other issues of low-intensity political violence and gray-area phenomena. TRC maintains a network of terrorism and information warfare specialists drawn from industry, government, and academia in the United States, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Argentina, France, and Australia.
  • InfoGuide – government documents and resource searches for government documents – specifically GAO reports for anyone working with Iraq or Afghanistan – excellent resource material in those reports on the major players in illicit crime and terrorism, etc.

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Security Issues Links

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Illicit Trade Links

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Drug Trafficking Links

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Environmental Crime Links

  • TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network, works to ensure that trade in wild plants and animals is not a threat to the conservation of nature.
  • Wildlife trade in the Russian Far East: an overview (PDF, 2.4 MB) by Sergey N Lyapustin, Alexey L Vaisman and Pavel V Fomenko (2007). 107 pp. (Russian with English summary). Published by TRAFFIC Europe. An examination of the reasons for illicit trade in wild plants and animals in the Far East of Russia, analysing the activities of law enforcement and environmental authorities relating to identification and prevention of this trade, and evaluating the efficacy of measures taken between 1999 and 2006. Article is in Russian.
  • TraCCC Graduate Student, Rebecca Smokowicz, Powerpoint Presentation: The Mafia and Wind Energy Presentation

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Academic and Reseach Organizations Links

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