RUSI JournalVolume 158Issue 4members only

The Increasing Threat of Chinese Organised Crime

The rise of China has been matched by the increasing global reach of Chinese organised crime groups – including in the UK

With 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

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