Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

Myths and Realities of Transnational Organized Crime

February 26, 2016 Brink

Peter Andreas on Brink, "For the most part, transnational organized crime is a fuzzy new term for an old practice: smuggling. At base, much of what makes the business of organized crime transnational involves some form of profit-driven trade across borders. How transnational, organized and criminal the trade is tends to depend on the legal and financial risks."

"Myths and Realities of Transnational Organized Crime" by Peter Andreas - Brink