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Terrorism, Drugs And Crime In Europe After 1992

Terrorism, Drugs And Crime In Europe After 1992

By Richard Clutterbuck

Routledge, 1991, 231 pp.

The author has written extensively on terrorism and inevitably this latest work covers some familiar ground. What is new and important is the discussion of the consequences of the opening of Europe's internal borders on such activities as drug trafficking, money laundering and computer crime. He suggests a number of specific steps that a more united Europe, post-1992, might take.