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Involvement of Russian Organized Crime Syndicates, Criminal Elements in the Russian Military, And Regional Terrorist Groups in Narcotics Trafficking in Central Asia, The Caucasus, And Chechnya

By Curtis, Glenn E.

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Title: Involvement of Russian Organized Crime Syndicates, Criminal Elements in the Russian Military, And Regional Terrorist Groups in Narcotics Trafficking in Central Asia, The Caucasus, And Chechnya  
Author: Curtis, Glenn E.
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Language: English
Subject: Law., Law & economy, Litigation and arbitration
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Publisher: Department of Justice

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Introduction: In his January 2002 report on crime and terrorism to the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), Russian Procurator General Vladimir Ustinov summarized crime in the CIS thus: ?There is an intensive formation of international criminal associations. The dimensions and sizes of their smuggling activity are growing. The criminal zone of the CIS with its ?transparency? for criminals has recently acquired additional ?system-forming? factors. There has been a noticeable growth in organized groupings? interest in the state border and border areas. Migration and demographic processes have begun to act as new problems here. Organized crime has learned to adapt well. Criminal forms of its manifestation are continually improving and changing depending on the conditions that emerge.? Ustinov noted another characteristic common to 80 percent of criminal organizations in the CIS: protection gained through connections with law enforcement agencies.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS PREFACE ..................................................................................................................................... i KEY JUDGMENTS ...................................................................................................................... 1 INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................... 2 NARCOTICS TRAFFICKING IN THE CAUCASU S .............................................................. 3 Conventional and Terrorist Trafficking in Georgia ........................................................... 3 Trafficking in Armenia and Azerbaijan ..............................................................................7 TRAFFICKING THROUGH CENTRAL AS I A . ...................................................................... 8 Background ........................................................................................................................ 8 Trafficking by Terrorist Groups ....................................................................................... 11 The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) ....................................................... 11 Narcotics and the IMU ......................................................................................... 13 Hizb-ut-Tahrir (HT) ............................................................................................. 16 Trafficking by Crime Groups ........................................................................................... 18 THE ROLE OF CHECHENS IN NARCOTICS TRAFFICKI N G ........................................23 NARCOTICS MARKETS IN THE CENTRAL ASIAN REPUBLI C S ...............................25 DISTRIBUTION POINTS AND ROUTES IN RUSSIA ....................................................... 27 CONCLUSION .......................................................................................................................... 30 BIBLIOGRAPHY ...................................................................................................................... 32

 

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