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Asian Transnaitonal Organized Crime and Its Impact on the United States
This study was undertaken on behalf of the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) between July 2003 and August 2004. Its purpose was to preliminarily assess the impact of Asian transnational organized crime on the U.S. while, at the same time, determining high-priority areas for further research and identifying potential collaborative research partners and sources of relevant data and information in Asia. The aim was thus not to examine the organized crime situation in the region in detail, but rather to lay the foundation for a research agenda that would ultimately accomplish this purpose. The first chapter describes the divergent perceptions of Asian transnational organized crime held by the Asian versus the U.S. interview participants and also offers a researcherís perspective. The second chapter explains the scope and patterns of Asian organized crime. The final chapter offers an initial assessment of the impact of Asian transnational organized crime on the U.S.
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