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Author Lloyd, Marshall B., 1954- author

Title Transnational crimes in the Americas : law, policy and institutions / Marshall B. Lloyd
Published New York : Anthem Press, 2018
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Contents Cover; Front Matter; Half-title; Title page; Copyright information; Table of contents; List of Illustrations; Acknowledgments; Chapter One-Eight; Chapter One Formation of an Institutional Response to Combat Transnational Crimes; A. Introduction; B. Assessing the Global Mission of the UNODC; C. Criticism of the UNODC; D. Criminal Liability: Prosecution of Transnational Crimes; E. Formation of the International Criminal Court; F. Regional Organizations: The Americas and Transnational Crime; Chapter Two Regional Organizations in the Americas; A. Coordinating a Global Response
B. Regional OrganizationsC. Organizations in the Americas; D. Subregional Organizations in the Americas; E. Unifying the Americas; Chapter Three Transnational Crimes in the Americas: Regional and Subregional Responses; A. Globalization of Crime; B. Overview of Transnational Crimes; 1. Drug Trafficking in the Americas; 2. Terrorism in the Americas; 3. Money Laundering; 4. Weapons Trafficking; 5. Human Trafficking; C. The Challenge from Transnational Organized Crime; Chapter Four Combating Transnational Crimes in the Americas; A. The Threat of Transnational Organized Crime; B. Colombia
C. PeruD. Bolivia; E. Central America; F. Caribbean Region; G. Mexico; H. Canada; I. United States; J. Acknowledging the Threats from Transnational Criminal Organizations; Chapter Five Cooperating against Transnational Crimes: A Framework for Sustainable,...; A. Beyond an Interdiction Response to Transnational Crimes; B. Sustainability: A Framework to Combat Transnational Crimes; C. Alternative Development and Transnational Crimes; D. Sustainable, Alternative Development in the Western Hemisphere; E. A Subregional Response to Transnational Crimes; F. Sustainability: An Institutional Response
Chapter Seven Support for a Regional Response to Transnational CrimesA. Taking Action against Transnational Crimes; B. Influence of the OAS in the Western Hemisphere; C. Sustainable, Alternative Development: Advantages in the Western Hemisphere; D. Broadening the Enforcement Powers of the OAS; E. OAS Cooperation with Subregional Organizations; F. Failure to Combat Transnational Crimes; 1. Bilateral Initiatives; 2. Unilateral Initiatives; G. Summary; Chapter Eight Conclusion; A. International Action against Transnational Crimes; B. A Regional Response to Transnational Crimes
Chapter Six Strengthening the Inter-American System: Establishing an Enforcement Response to Transnational CrimesA. Lacking a Coherent Response to Transnational Crimes; B. Inadequacy of the Status Quo; C. Establishing a Regional Criminal Court; D. The Inter-American Court of Criminal Justice; 1. Jurisdictional and Substantive Issues; 2. Enforcement, Power and Capacity of an Inter-American Criminal Court; 3. The Long Arm of an Inter-American Criminal Court: Jurisprudence, Partnerships and Due Process of Law; E. Strengthening the Institutional Response
Summary "The main theme of the book is development of a regional response to transnational crimes that remains a domestic concern regarding public policy. International institutions have developed best practices, some minimum assistance regarding drug trafficking, human trafficking, money laundering, weapons trafficking, and terrorism. However, these threats to the global community remain a problem for nation-states to combat on a domestic level. The book outlines the threat globally, regionally within the Americas, notes some developments institutionally, and suggestions for a regional response with the Western Hemisphere as a model for other regions. The ideas expressed regarding sustainability and a regional criminal court to counter transnational crimes is innovative, in light of the current literature, no one is currently suggesting these ideas in the contemporary literature"-- Provided by publisher
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Subject International crimes -- America.
International criminal courts -- America.
Judicial assistance -- America.
Transnational crime -- America.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1783088427 (electronic bk.)
1783088435
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9781783088430