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Julian Rademeyer is an award-winning South African investigative journalist, a senior research fellow with the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organised Crime and is currently leading a project for TRAFFIC on protection of Africa’s wildlife and ecosystems. Julian is the author of the best-selling book, Killing for Profit – Exposing the illegal rhino horn trade. His two previous reports for the Global Initiative, “ Tipping Point: Transnational organised crime and the ‘war’ on poaching ” and “ Beyond Borders: Crime, conservation and criminal networks in the illicit rhino horn trade ” together represent one of the most current and in-depth investigations into the illicit networks enabling the desecration of the rhino species in Southern Africa.
Organized Crime -- The Global Problem : A 15 page
on organized crime in a world-wide take-over. Specific
attention is placed on what the United States is doing, both
internally and globally. Of equal emphasis is a discussion of
the current problem in Russia, of racketeering and bribery in
high places. These are related to the global conflict affecting
the United States and Russia. The paper postulates that this is
World War III, and that it's going to take a global solution to fix
it, with the United States in a strong leadership position.
Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Women & The Mafia : This 8 page paper looks at the roles
women play in the Mafia and how the role has evolved over
time to one that is slightly more active. Despite the change in
female participation, Mafia families remain patriarchal in nature
and wives are still put on pedestals. A look at the phenomenon
is taken with examples drawn from both the United States and
Italy. Bibliography lists 9 sources
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