ISBN : 9780198796084
National borders do little to prevent trafficking in illegal goods, but often hamper the efforts of the authorities in pursuit. In this new edition Boister examines whether too much focus on suppressing criminality, and not enough on protecting human rights and the rule of law, has prevented efforts to create an effective transnational legal space.
A - Introduction
1 What is Transnational Crime?
2 What is Transnational Criminal Law?
B - Crimes
3 Piracy and Maritime Safety Offences
4 Slavery and Human Trafficking
5 Migrant Smuggling
6 Drug Trafficking
8 Transnational Organized Crime
10 Money Laundering
12 Environmental Crimes
13 Firearms Trafficking
14 Illicit Traffic in Cultural Property
15 Emerging Transnational Crimes
C - Enforcement
17 International Law Enforcement Cooperation
18 Legal Assistance
19 Asset Recovery
20 Extradition of Transnational Criminals
D - Institutions, Implementation, and Development
22 Implementation and Compliance
23 The Future Development of Transnational Criminal Law