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Meeting Notes - January 04, 2011

IPI Publication Reviews UN Transnational Crime Convention

André Standing, rapporteur

Ten years have passed since the adoption of the Convention Against Transnational Organized Crime (the Palermo Convention) by the UN General Assembly on November 15, 2000.  

 

Policy Papers - January 20, 2009

Transnational Organized Crime: IPI Blue Paper no. 2

James Cockayne, Lead Rapporteur

The paper highlights how states and international organizations so far have largely failed to anticipate the evolution of transnational organized crime (TOC) into a strategic threat to governments, societies, and economies.  

 

Meeting Notes - April 14, 2008

Peace Operations and Organized Crime

James Cockayne, Daniel Pfister

Drawn from a seminar jointly convened by the International Peace Institute and the Geneva Centre for Security Policy, this paper explores the relationship between organized crime and international peace operations al hitherto largely neglected area of both scholarly and practitioner-led discourse.  

 

Policy Papers - April 14, 2007

Transnational Organized Crime: Multilateral Responses to a Rising Threat

James Cockayne

From the Introduction: As the violent forms of authority buttressed by organized crime corrupt and penetrate state, social and international institutions, gaining increasing control over territory, markets and populations, we risk not only a crisis of state and international institutions, but also institutionalizing crisis.  

 

Policy Papers - February 14, 2007

Latin America and the Caribbean: Domestic and Transnational Insecurity

Arlene B. Tickner

This paper will examine the two key axes of Latin American security dynamics: on the one hand, weak governance and citizen insecurity; and on the other, transnational organized crime and illicit flows.