New transnational crimes evolve continually. This chapter briefly examines a selection of emerging transnational crimes: firearms trafficking, trafficking in cultural objects and art, cybercrime, environmental crimes, and a miscellany of new crimes. Some of these offences are already fairly well established; others are at an earlier stage of development. Attention has been drawn to the smuggling of firearms in the post Cold War period through the identification of former Soviet-bloc small arms trafficked into developing states as a major exacerbating factor in...
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