As globalization and technological advances allow the nations of the world to become more interconnected, questions surrounding how the global community addresses transnational crime are becoming a pressing issue for policy makers. The influence of position and status within this international framework is perhaps one of the greatest challenges for the international community and victims of crimes that cross international borders. Power and influence can be seen in multiple areas of transnational justice, through the structure and agendas of international organizations, the drafting and implementation of international law, and the apprehension and prosecution of international criminals. Within the international framework, nations that hold economic, military, and political power hold hegemonic influence over the institutions of international justice, and influential members of these nations tend to ...

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