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An Introduction to Transnational Criminal Law 2nd ed


ISBN13: 9780198796084
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780199605392
Published: April 2018
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £34.99
Hardback edition , ISBN13 9780198795995



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National borders are permeable to all types of illicit action and contraband goods, whether it is trafficking humans, body parts, digital information, drugs, weapons, or money.

Whilst criminals exist in a borderless world where territorial boundaries allow them to manipulate different markets in illicit goods, the authorities who pursue them can remain constrained inside their own jurisdictions.

In a new edition of his ground-breaking work, Boister examines how states must cooperate to tackle some of the greatest security threats in this century so far, analyses to what extent vested interests have determined the course of global policy and law enforcement, and illustrates how responding to transnational crime itself becomes a form of international relations which reorders global political power and becomes, at least in part, an end in itself.

Arguing that transnational criminal law is currently geared towards suppressing criminal activity, but is not as committed to ensuring justice, Boister suggests that it might be more strongly influenced by individual moral panics and a desire for criminal retribution than an interest in ensuring a proportional response to offences, protection of human rights, and the preservation of the rule of law.

Subjects:
Criminal Law, International Criminal Law
Contents:
A - Introduction
1: What is Transnational Crime?
2: What is Transnational Criminal Law?
B - Crimes
3: Piracy and Maritime Safety Offences
4: Slavery and Human Trafficking
5: Migrant Smuggling
6: Drug Trafficking
7: Terrorism
8: Transnational Organized Crime
9: Corruption
10: Money Laundering
11: Cybercrimes
12: Environmental Crimes
13: Firearms Trafficking
14: Illicit Traffic in Cultural Property
15: Emerging Transnational Crimes
C - Enforcement
16: Jurisdiction
17: International Law Enforcement Cooperation
18: Legal Assistance
19: Asset Recovery
20: Extradition of Transnational Criminals
D - Institutions, Implementation, and Development
21: Institutions
22: Implementation and Compliance
23: The Future Development of Transnational Criminal Law