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100 1  Cockayne, James 
245 10 Peace Operations and Organized Crime :|bEnemies or Allies?
250    1st ed 
264  1 Florence :|bTaylor & Francis Group,|c2011 
264  4 |c©2011 
300    1 online resource (241 pages) 
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490 1  Cass Series on Peacekeeping Ser 
505 0  Cover -- Peace Operations and Organized Crime: Enemies or 
       allies? -- copyright -- contents -- Acknowledgements -- 
       Notes on contributors -- 1. Introduction: rethinking the 
       relationship between peace operations and organized crime 
       -- 2. Framing the issue: UN responses to corruption and 
       criminal networks in post-conflict settings -- 3. 
       Symbiosis  between peace operations and illicit business 
       in Bosnia -- 4. Problems of crime-fighting by 
       'internationals' in Kosovo -- 5. Understanding criminality
       in West-African conflicts -- 6. Peace operations and 
       international crime: the case of Somalia -- 7. Organized 
       crime, illicit power structures and threatened peace 
       processes: the case of Guatemala -- 8. Winning Haiti's 
       protection competition: organized crime and peace 
       operations, past, present and future -- 9. 
       Counterinsurgents in the poppy fields: drugs, wars and 
       crime in Afghanistan -- 10. Organized crime and corruption
       in Iraq -- 11. Closing the gap between peace operations 
       and post-conflict insecurity: towards a violence-reduction
       agenda -- 12. Conclusion: from iron fist to invisible hand
       : peace operations, organized crime and intelligent 
       international law enforcement -- Bibliography -- Index 
520    Peace operations are increasingly on the front line in the
       international community's fight against organized crime; 
       this book explores how, in some cases, peace operations 
       and organized crime are clear enemies, while in others, 
       they may become tacit allies. The threat posed by 
       organized crime to international and human security has 
       become a matter of considerable strategic concern for 
       national and international decision-makers, so it is 
       somewhat surprising how little thought has been devoted to
       addressing the complex relationship between organized 
       crime and peace operations. This volume addresses this gap,
       questioning the emerging orthodoxy that portrays organized
       crime as an external threat to the liberal peace 
       championed by western and allied states and delivered 
       through peace operations. Based upon a series of case 
       studies it concludes that organized crime is both a 
       potential enemy and a potential ally of peace operations, 
       and it argues for the need to distinguish between 
       strategies to contain organized crime and strategies to 
       transform the political economies in which it flourishes. 
       The editors argue for the development of intelligent, 
       transnational, and transitional law enforcement that can 
       make the most of organized crime as a potential ally for 
       transforming political economies, while at the same time 
       containing the threat it presents as an enemy to building 
       effective and responsible states. The book will be of 
       great interest to students of peacebuilding, peace and 
       conflict studies, organised crime, Security Studies and IR
       in general 
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
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650  0 United Nations -- Peacekeeping forces.;Peace-
       building.;Organized crime 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Lupel, Adam 
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