Harvard International Review

Current Feature: Organized Crime Across Borders

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Crime Gone Wild: The Dangers of the International Illegal Wildlife Trade

What widely illegal powdered substance possesses a market value approaching US$100,000 per kilogram? A common guess would be cocaine. However, the answer is actually...
"Yury Fedotov with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon" By The Official CTBTO Photostream [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

How Removing the Crime Obstacle Advances Sustainable Development

Transnational organized crime is not a new problem, but it has been accentuated by the tremendous impact of globalization. Today, it is worth around...
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70 Years Since Nuremberg, the Search for Nazis Continues: An Interview with Efraim Zuroff

What are estimates of the number of remaining living Nazis and what is the process of finding and prosecuting them? First of all, no...
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Fighting Cultural Cleansing: Harnessing the Law to Preserve Cultural Heritage

Since the beginning of the conflicts in Iraq and Syria, in addition to the tragic loss of human life and the humanitarian crisis, cultural...
Nalini Bharatwaj, 37, chairman of a management institute, holds a gun while posing in her office in New Delhi

Crime and Punishment: Organized Crime Across Borders

The Summer 2015 issue, Crime and Punishment: Organized Crime Across Borders, will be hitting shelves shortly. Watch for the release of exclusive online content on the...