PSC 384. Diamonds, Drugs, and Guns: The Illicit Global Economy

User icon Heather Dray
21 June 2023
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Resources to support the systematic analysis of the illicit global economy, including the causes of the leading illegal markets, the various organizations involved and key concepts used to analyze illicit markets


AREU: Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit · 16 July 2020 English

Ostentatious wealth in some of the The 2016 peace agreement between the Colombian country’s main cities contrasts sharply government and the FARC was the beginning of a with the living …


PRIO: Peace Research Insitute Oslo · 26 April 2017 English

In addition, the article considers how the location of resources relative to the conflict zone affects the severity of the conflict. [...] NATURAL RESOURCES AND THE SEVERITY OF CONFLICT The …


EU: European Union · 25 January 2007 English

The EC’s main objectives hostilities in September 2002, the diamond-producing areas in in 2007 will be: of the Kimberley Process the rebel-held north of Côte d’Ivoire have been the last …


TRAFFIC · 15 June 2023 English

See Article 1 of the Directive (EU) 2015/849 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 May 2015 on the prevention of the use of the financial system …


Mixed Migration Centre · 12 November 2020 English

We are grateful to all the MMC 4Mi teams, in this publication are those of the authors and the Mixed and the monitors, who are out there collecting data every …


GI-TOC: Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime · 26 April 2023 English

10 THE GREY ZONE • RUSSIA’S MILITARY, MERCENARY AND CRIMINAL ENGAGEMENT IN AFRICA Russian business and political interests in Africa Much in the same way that Russian organized crime has …


GI-TOC: Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime · 22 July 2022 English

The seizures over the last two trafficking activities through the cocaine corridor years suggest that the volumes trafficked through enhances the understanding of the subregional cocaine West Africa exceed any …


GI-TOC: Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime · 6 April 2023 English

The Security Council approach to specific crimes The GI-TOC annually reviews Security Council resolutions for references to forms of organized crime and presents its findings in the form of an …


GI-TOC: Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime · 22 September 2022 English

The GI-TOC also thanks members of the Technical Reference Group for their contributions to the development of the Illicit Economies and Instability Monitor (IEIM), and to the participants in the …


GI-TOC: Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime · 14 March 2023 English

10 THE GREY ZONE • RUSSIA’S MILITARY, MERCENARY AND CRIMINAL ENGAGEMENT IN AFRICA Russian business and political interests in Africa Much in the same way that Russian organized crime has …