Random readings on society, politics and change – Jorge Carrillo
Rapid integration in Southeast Asia is creating new economic, social and development opportunities, but also poses significant security challenges underpinned by organised crime. There are indications that organized crime and associated problems are expanding and diversifying as regional integration intensifies.
Controlling the illegal flows of goods, people and money has increasingly become a challenge that governments cannot address alone. The illegal trade of people, drugs, wildlife and counterfeits in Southeast Asia is conservatively estimated at USD 100 billion per year, and has a destabilizing effect by generating money for criminal and non-state groups that is laundered into the legitimate economy.
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