This unique text explores the expansive topic of transnational organized crime, incorporating expert perspectives found throughout the world’s six inhabited continents: North America, Central and South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Oceania. Editors Jay S. Albanese and Philip L. Reichel gather the knowledge and expertise of numerous authors, researchers, and practitioners in this field who are either native to each world region, have extensively travelled and worked there, or are recognized scholars for those regions. Through this text, readers will begin to understand the geographic, cultural, and regional similarities and differences underlying the common threat of transnational organized crime, as well as how to address the global expansion of organized crime today.

Transnational Organized Crime in Oceania

Transnational Organized Crime in Oceania

Transnational Organized Crime in Oceania
Roderic BroadhurstMark LauchsSally Lohrisch

This chapter briefly outlines the context and nature of transnational crime within the large and diverse region of Oceania. The region encompasses more than 8.5 million square kilometers (or 3.3 million square miles) and is composed of ...

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