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Emma De Angelis completed a doctorate on the European Parliament's identity discourse and EU enlargement at the London School of... read more
Tackling economic crime should be high on the new government’s agenda and will deliver benefits for both the national security and ‘Global Britain’ agendas.
Charlie de Rivaz, Cathy Haenlein, Alexandria Reid and Veerle Nouwens
A new study sheds light on illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing, showing how countries can tailor their specific strategies to combat this major security challenge.
Like the proverbial frog in boiling water, the EU knows something is wrong; it just can’t decide what to do.
The fight against financial crime is ponderous and politicised, lacking imagination and ambition.
Vulnerable children are being used to peddle drugs in the UK’s rural communities. Efforts to stamp out this form of modern slavery are recording only feeble successes.
Cyber-criminal groups are being dismantled. But more needs to be done about the enforcement of rules that bind cryptocurrency exchanges.
Fines recently imposed on leading bookmakers highlight why the UK’s anti-money laundering action plan must include non-banking sectors so that the challenges they face are taken into account.
Charlie de Rivaz
If Trump enacts two of the main pledges from his presidential campaign – the wall along the US–Mexico border and mass deportations – he will be helping, not hindering, organised crime groups in the region.
Inês Sofia de Oliveira
Financial crime crosses borders and institutional barriers – and so must the information that can be used to tackle it