IRRC No. 923 31 articles
Organized crime deeply undermines peace and security by contributing to armed violence all around the world, in the context of both armed conflict and other situations of violence. The human and humanitarian costs are astronomical. This edition of the Review examines the intersections among organized crime, armed conflict and other situations of violence, looking at the vexing legal, ethical and operational questions this nexus raises.
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