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Article: The Increasing Threat of Chinese Organised Crime: National, Regional and International Perspectives

TitleThe Increasing Threat of Chinese Organised Crime: National, Regional and International Perspectives
Authors
Issue Date2013
Citation
RUSI Journal, 2013, v. 158, n. 4, p. 6-18 How to Cite?
AbstractWith the growing global importance of China, Chinese organised crime has become a growing non-military threat to national and international security. Peng Wang focuses on the three dimensions of Chinese organised crime: the resurgence of the criminal underworld and rampant police corruption in mainland China; cross-border crime in Greater China; and Chinese organised crime overseas, including in the UK. The national, regional and international threats posed by ethnic-Chinese criminal groups require the law-enforcement agencies of both China and those countries hosting Chinese communities to improve their response strategies as a matter of urgency. © 2013 Copyright RUSI.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/202168
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dc.contributor.authorWang, Peng-
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dc.identifier.citationRUSI Journal, 2013, v. 158, n. 4, p. 6-18-
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dc.description.abstractWith the growing global importance of China, Chinese organised crime has become a growing non-military threat to national and international security. Peng Wang focuses on the three dimensions of Chinese organised crime: the resurgence of the criminal underworld and rampant police corruption in mainland China; cross-border crime in Greater China; and Chinese organised crime overseas, including in the UK. The national, regional and international threats posed by ethnic-Chinese criminal groups require the law-enforcement agencies of both China and those countries hosting Chinese communities to improve their response strategies as a matter of urgency. © 2013 Copyright RUSI.-
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