The topic addresses concepts related to the 'internationalisation' of criminal justice including globalisation, non-territoriality, changing conceptions of state sovereignty and the network state. These concepts are elaborated upon in relation to a range of substantive areas of study. Illustrations of subject matter include: e-crimes and responses to cyber crimes; organised crime, money laundering and the international financial system; the 'network of terror'; drugs and arms trafficking; global sex markets, i.e. sex traffic and sex tourism; 'admissible' and 'non-admissible' state crimes; risk, globalisation and crimes against the environment; human rights and the scales of justice, i.e. national, European, international, global, with emphasis on the European Union; police cooperation and the network state.
This topic aims to:
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