This chapter provides a brief guide to the international institutions that currently play an important formal and practical role in the creation of new rules of transnational criminal law and in the administration of the resulting system. A maze of rapidly evolving institutions (which soon dates any comprehensive survey) are involved in transnational criminal law in some way or another. The chapter does not intend to be comprehensive. Its main focus is on the UN criminal justice institutions. This is in line with the general thrust of the book, which looks at the...
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