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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
This book was very informative during my Master's class and it should be used for future classes as well .Published on January 26, 2013 by Mike L.
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