Transnational Terrorism, Organized Crime and Peace-Building: Human Security in the Western Balkans by W. BenedekTransnational Terrorism, Organized Crime and Peace-Building: Human Security in the Western Balkans by W. Benedek

Transnational Terrorism, Organized Crime and Peace-Building: Human Security in the Western Balkans

byW. BenedekEditorC. Daase, V. Dimitrijevic

Hardcover | May 13, 2010

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This volume investigates the role of the transnational terrorist and criminal organizations in the peace-building processes, with a particular focus on the Western Balkan region. Conducted within the framework of human security analysis, the research focuses on the security of the human being.
HANS-JÖRG ALBRECHT is Director of the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law in Freiburg, Germany (MPICC) DEJAN ANASTASIJEVIC is senior investigative reporter for the Belgrade-based VREME weekly, and free-lance Balkan correspondent for TIME magazine PETER ANDREAS is Associate Professor at the Department of Poli...
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Title:Transnational Terrorism, Organized Crime and Peace-Building: Human Security in the Western BalkansFormat:HardcoverDimensions:366 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 1.06 inPublished:May 13, 2010Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230234623

ISBN - 13:9780230234628

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PART I: CONCEPTS AND METHODOLOGIES The Human Security Approach to Terrorism and Organized Crime in Post-Conflict Situations; W.Benedek Human Security and Peace-Building in the Western Balkans; S.Djurdjevic-Lukic & V.Dimitrijevi? Human Security in a Weak State in the Balkans: Globalization and Transnational Networks; D.Kostovicova & V.Bojicic-Dzelilovic Terrorism and Organized Crime: One or Two Challenges?; C.Daase Fear of Terrorism, Coping Paradox and Gender; S.Ben-David & K.Cohen-Louck Networks and the Study of Criminal and Terrorist Organizations; G.Kolliarakis Money Laundering and Financing Terrorism: Legal Distinctions; M.Hilf PART II: TRANSNATIONAL TERRORISM AND ORGANISED CRIME IN THE WESTERN BALKANS Researching Terrorism and Organized Crime in Southeast Europe; H-J.Albrecht & A.M.Getoš Getting Better?: A Map of Organized Crime in the Western Balkans; D.Anastasijevic The Longest Siege: Humanitarians and Profiteers in the Battle for Sarajevo; P.Andreas Unholy Alliances: Evidence on Linkages between Trans-State Terrorism and Crime Networks: The Case of Bosnia; L.G.Mincheva & T.R.Gurr Small Arms and Light Weapons Problem in the Western Balkans; I.Prezelj PART III: PEACE-BUILDING AND THE IMPACT OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY ON THE WESTERN BALKANS Dealing with Armed Non-State Actors in Peace- and State-Building, Types and Strategies; U.Schneckener The Corruption of Human Rights: A Problem of Good Intentions; N.Dorn Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Western Balkans' System of Security; L.Sadikovic Bosnia and the Art of Policy Implementation: Obstacles to International Counter-Crime Strategies; C.Friesendorf, U.C.Schroeder & I.Deljkic Victims' Participation in the Criminal Justice System and its Impact on Peace-Building; A.P.Jorge-Birol Nationalist Violence in Post-Milo?evi? Serbia: Extremist Right-Wing Youth Groups as Instruments of Intimidation of Civic-Minded Individuals and Organizations; S.Franco