Governing through Globalised Crime
This chapter moves beyond the suggestion that crime is a problem for global governance. Instead it advances crime – and terrorism in particular – as instrumental in the promotion of the 'new' globalisation and 'para-justice' control regimes. Along with the argued utility of crime in global governance, the fear of crime and the valorisation of crime victims are identified as vital forces over the crime/governance nexus. With international terrorism justifying a risk/security focus for global governance, criminal justice is both relied upon, and contorted, in the achievement of violent control agendas.
Transnational crime, political corruption, global governance, terrorism
Criminal Law | International Law | Social Control, Law, Crime, and Deviance
Law, Society and Governance
Government of the Shadows: Para-politics and Criminal Sovereignty
E. M. Wilson
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Governing through Globalised Crime. (2009). Government of the Shadows: Para-politics and Criminal Sovereignty. 73-89. Research Collection School Of Law.
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