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Title Organized crime and states [electronic resource] : the hidden face of politics / edited by Jean-Louis Briquet and Gilles-Favarel Garrigues ; translated by Roger Leverdier ... [et al.]
Imprint New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2010
book jacket
Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (x, 250 p.)
Series The Sciences Po series in international relations and political economy
CERI series in international relations and political economy
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
"This work was originally published in French by Karthala under the title Milieux criminels et pouvoir politique. Les ressorts illicites de l'Etat"--T.p. verso
Introduction: Crime and State; J.L. Briquet & G. Favarel-Garrigues -- Pakistan Rangers: From Border Control to 'Protection' of the Interior; L. Gayer -- The Political Articulation of the Criminal Milieu in Security Institutions: the case of 'gangs in uniform' in Turkey; E. Massicard -- Governor Sutiyoso 'Wars of Vice' (1997-2007): Criminal Enterprises, Islamist Militias and Politics in Djakarta; R. Bertrand -- 'Shadow State': Globalization, Criminalization and Environmental Change in Belize; R. Duffy -- The Entrepreneurial Path of Multigroup in the Making of Bulgarian Capitalism; N. Ragaru -- Mafia Violence and Politics in Russia; G. Favarel-Garrigues -- The Mafia and Civil Society: Control of Territory and Criminal-Economic Collusion in Calabria; R. Sciarrone -- Political Violence and Criminal Affairism in Corsica: Is the Nationalist Movement Drifting towards the Mafia?; J.L. Briquet -- Monetary Illegalism and Civil War: The Case of Somalia; R. Marchal
In contrast to a globalizing approach to "transnational organized crime," this edited volume studies socio-historical environments in which mafia-esque violence has found a fertile ground for growth and development within the political arena. The various chapters explore empirical data showing how politico-criminal configurations emerge, are formed and allow for interactions between powerful official stakeholders and "professionals of the use of force". Links between military know-how and political power in Indonesia, Pakistan and Turkey; the conversion of "violent entrepreneurs" into the Russian or Bulgarian political arena; the political racketeering activities of leaders of armed nationalist movements in Corsica; interactions between the Calabrese mafia and business; investment by the Belizean government in illegal activities; or else, monetary illegalism in the Somalia conflict ... The various chapters of this book encourage a comparative approach to the study of mafia violence in the making and running of State power
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Link Print version: Milieux criminels et pouvoir politique. English. Organized crime and states. 1st ed. New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2010 9780230622869 (DLC) 2009047963 (OCoLC)475447138
Subject Organized crime -- Political aspects
Transnational crime
Organized crime
Political aspects
TRUE CRIME -- Organized Crime. bisacsh
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Alt Author Briquet, Jean-Louis
Favarel-Garrigues, Gilles
Leverdier, Roger
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Unif Title Milieux criminels et pouvoir politique. English
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