ABSTRACT. The material gathered in this study provides a rich and diverse context for understanding the coordination and prosecution of transnational organized crime, the international community’s focus on national legislation and cross-border information exchanges, the growing threat of transnational organized crime, and the division in international criminal law between the core crimes and transnational crimes. Thus, our aim in this paper is to examine the existence of phenomena of collective criminality that can have devastating effects on state and society, the overwhelming and expanding problem of transnational organized crime, the global fight against transnational criminal networks, and the growing influence of transnational organized crime in the political process within states and on the international level. pp. 173–178
JEL codes: K14, K42, N4

Keywords: transnational organized crime, governance, judicial system

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