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Serious and organised crime: May 2015

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Journal articles

  • Explainer : ISIS, ISIL, Islamic State or Da'esh? / Denis Dragovic
    The conversation. 06 May 2015:[4] p
  • How do kidnappers kill hostages? A comparison of terrorist and criminal groups / Everard M Phillips
    Homicide studies 19(2) May 2015: 123-148
  • Inside explosive effects / John Wyatt
    Intersec : the journal of international security 25(4) Apr 2015: 26-28
  • Organised crime goes online : realities and challenges / Anita Lavorgna
    Journal of money laundering control 18(2) 2015: 153-168
  • Organized crime in Brazil / George Henry Millard and Tim Hundleby
    Journal of money laundering control 18(2) 2015: 234-247
  • Redefining US 'homeland security' post-9/11 : extra judicial measures, vigilantism and xenophobia / Julie Rajan and Jeannette Gabriel
    Security journal 28(2) 2015: 109-149
  • Reverse money laundering in Russia : clean cash for dirty ends / Yuliya Zabyelina
    Journal of money laundering control 18(2) 2015: 202-219
  • Securing defence rights in transnational proceedings / Marianne L Wade
    European journal of crime, criminal law and criminal justice 23(2) 2015: 145-169
  • The legal definition of the smuggling of migrants in light of the provisions of the Migrant Smuggling Protocol / Abdelnaser Aljehani
    Journal of criminal law 79(2) Apr 2015: 122-137
  • The new terrorists : the normalisation and spread of anti-terror laws in Australia / Rebecca Ananian-Welsh and George Williams
    Melbourne University law review 38(2) 2014: 362-408
  • The Rocky Flats plea bargain : a case study in the prosecution of organizational crime in the US nuclear weapons complex / Peter Shrock
    Journal of crime and justice 38(2) Jun 2015: 204-221
  • What does the way crime was organised yesterday tell us about the way crime is organised today and will be tomorrow? / Bill Tupman
    Journal of money laundering control 18(2) 2015: 220-233