RUSI JournalVolume 159Issue 1

Transnational Organised Crime and Security


An introduction to the sixth instalment of the series on Transnational Organised Crime and Security

The RUSI Journal continues its exploration of the relationship between transnational organised crime and security with Michael Levi’s examination of the different components that make up ‘organised crime’, a loose term for an ill-defined concept. Levi takes a closer look at perceptions and definitions of organised crime, with a special focus on the UK, and analyses how and when criminal organisations constitute a threat to national and international security.

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Michael Levi

Senior Associate Fellow

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