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"This book is essential reading for anyone interested in the policing of transnational crime--the dark side of globalization." -- George Soros, Founder and Chairman, Open Society Institute
"Here is a book we have been waiting for since 9/11--a historically rich, thematically cogent, politically nuanced, up-to-date analysis of the international politics of policing. Andreas and Nadelmann provide an authoritative account with extraordinary insights." -- Peter J. Katzenstein, Walter S. Carpenter, Jr. Professor of International Studies, Cornell University
"With intelligence, deep learning, and clarity of exposition, Andreas and Nadelmann critically assess international cooperation against cross-border crime. This book sets a new standard in our understanding of international policing as it addresses some of the central worries of our time." -- Jorge I. Dominguez, Clarence Dillon Professor of International Affairs, Harvard University
"Policing the Globe by Peter Andreas and Ethan Nadelmann is an absolutely first-rate examination of a subject as vastly important to international relations as it is to criminal law. Much of the future of both fields is described thoroughly and carefully in this always-readable volume. The handling is remarkably balanced, comprehensive, rich, and complex, yet entirely lucid. A subject that cannot continue to be ignored has received the treatment it deserves." -- Philip Heymann, James Barr Ames Professor of Law, Harvard University
"As global criminal networks--terrorists, money launderers, traffickers in drugs, arms, and people--take advantage of globalization just as corporate and non-governmental networks do, internationalizing criminal justice becomes indispensable. Policing the Globe is an important and interesting read not only for international relations scholars and criminologists, but also for a wider public." -- Anne-Marie Slaughter, Dean, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University
Terrible. I'm pretty sure that the authors felt the need to make themselves feel smarter by writing 9 line sentences with several commas and semi colons. Horribly written.Published on May 28, 2012 by Just a guy
This book shows us that current drug law ultimately originates from the most powerful nation on Earth. Read morePublished on September 10, 2011 by Carioca56