The future of international cooperation against transnational organized crime

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Success in addressing transnational organized crime hinges on multilateral cooperation. However, existing cooperation regimes need to adapt to keep up with rapid changes in the organized crime landscape, and as countries increasingly tend to turn to national solutions. How well equipped are these regimes for the future, and how can they adapt? And what are the likely scenarios for the future of international cooperation?

Walter Kemp

Director of the South Eastern Europe Observatory, Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime

Ian Tennant

Fund Manager & Vienna Multilateral Representative, Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime