International Crime and Transnational Crime
CRJ: Comparative Criminal Justice
April 13, 2013
Based on the Article General Assembly of the United Nations, drug trafficking refers to illegal drugs sold and distributed. This happens in the United States as well as in other countries; the main concern with transnational drug trafficking for the United States is illegal drugs being transported. In from other countries the states the sales of them also draws large amounts of money into other countries. Because illegal drugs such as marijuana, and cocaine, are in demand in the United States, trafficking in drugs is a very common and lucrative transnational crime. This cause drug trafficking to be extremely hard to combat and stop. With drug trafficking comes other types of crime, for example money laundering illegal procession of arms or even murder. Transnational crimes are crimes that occur across national borders. These crimes of heightened concern because of countries affected don’t have the jurisdiction to prosecute criminals who are committing transnational crimes from other countries. While many countries combine forces to combine these crimes, drug trafficking money laundering, arms trafficking and human trafficking are growing international problem. WWW.un.org/en/99/president/66/issues/drugs/drugs-crimeshtml
On and other hand, International crimes are seen as affecting the international community as a whole. However, all states in the world have an interest in preventing the occurrence of these particularly crimes. Examples of International crime are Genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. Piracy, slavery, torture, racial discrimination. According to the article “Genocide is defined as any of the following acts when committed with the intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group as such: Killing members, of the group
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