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This volume examines whether the deviant structures of organized crime, which are capable of operating trans-nationally, can be dealt with through traditional mechanisms working within national jurisdictions. In doing so, the book assesses the development of more effective national and international strategies for enforcing both civil and criminal sanctions on organized crime.

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