Narcotics Crime as a Phenomenon of Transnational Organized Crime

Jainah, Zainab Ompu

Abstract

Illicit drug trafficking undermine governance, institutions and societal cohesion. Drug traffickers typicallyseek the path where the rule of law is weak. In turn, drug-related crime deepens vulnerability to instabilityand poverty. In the period of the past two decades, Indonesia has become one of the countries that servemajor markets from narcotics syndicate of International dimension for commercial purposes. For drugtrafficking network in Asian countries, Indonesia is considered as the market (market-state) is the mostprospective commercial for the International syndicates operating in developing countries

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1st International Conference on Law, Business and Governance

  • Conference held in Bandar Lampung, Indonesia in 2013
  • 68 articles

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