Crime

Tuesday Reitano & Mark Shaw

People smuggling in Libya: You can’t bomb away a problem of economics

Europe seems to think force and arms are the solution to reducing people smuggling in the volatile and fluid Libya. Even Gaddafi knew better.

Changing Nature of Conflict | January 27, 2017 | ,

James Cockayne

Is Unbridled Globalization Creating Mafia States?

James Cockayne, Ph.D., is Head of Office for United Nations University at the United Nations in New York. He is the author of Hidden Power: The Strategic Logic of Organized Crime.

Changing Nature of Conflict | October 15, 2016 |

James Cockayne

There are 45.8 million people in slavery today. Where is the ICC?

James Cockayne, Ph.D., is Head of Office for United Nations University at the United Nations in New York. His book, Hidden Power: The Strategic Logic of Organized Crime will be published by Hurst in 2016.

Changing Nature of Conflict | June 14, 2016 | ,

Summer Walker

What Comes After the War on Drugs?

Summer Walker is the Drug Policy Project Manager at the UNU Office in New York.

Changing Nature of Conflict UN Reform | November 4, 2015 |