Shiprider Revisited: Security and Transnational Crime in the Caribbean
Tyrone Ferguson
Caribbean countries are having today to deal with a vastly changed and qualitatively different security and crime environment that was previously the case. New security concerns, escalating levels of violence and new kinds of crime are bringing into question the very viability of some of these small Caribbean states and their capacity and will to fulfill the most important responsibility to populations - that is, the provision of security in its various aspects.
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