This module is a resource for lecturers
This section provides a list of materials that the lecturer could ask the students to read before taking a class based on this Module.
- Bajekan, Naina and Vivienne Walt (2015). ‘How Europe’s Terrorists Get Their Guns: Long seen as a haven from gun violence, Europe faces a new threat’. Time Magazine, 7 December 2015.
- Candea, Stefan, Jurgen Dahlkamp, Jorg Schmitt, Andreas Ulrich and Wolf Wiedmann-Schmidt (2016). ‘The Path to Death: How EU Failures Helped Paris Terrorists Obtain Weapons’. Spiegel Online, 24 March 2016.
- Cook, Philip, Richard Harris, Jens Ludwig and Harold Pollack (2015). ‘Some Sources of Crime Guns in Chicago: Dirty Dealers, Straw Purchasers, and Traffickers’, The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, Vol. 104, Issue 4, 717-760.
- Curtis, Glenn and Tara Karakan (2002). The Nexus Among Terrorists, Narcotic Traffickers, Weapons Proliferators and Organised Crime Networks in Western Europe. Washington DC: Federal Research Division, Library of Congress.
- Ducquet, Nils and Kevin Goris (2018). Firearms acquisition by terrorists in Europe Research findings and policy recommendations of Project SAFTE. Brussels: Flemish Peace Institute.
- Florquin, Nicolas and Benjamin King (2018). From Legal to Lethal: Converted Firearms in Europe, Geneva: Small Arms Survey.
- Hobbs, Dick (1998). ‘Going Down the Glocal: The Local Context of Organised Crime’. The Howard Journal, Vol. 37, Number 4, 407-422.
- Latza Nadeau, Barbie (2016). ‘The Mafia Runs Guns for ISIS in Europe’. Daily Beast, 24 March 2016.
- Makarenko, Tamara, (2004). ‘The Crime–Terror Continuum: Tracing the Interplay between Transnational Organised Crime and Terrorism’. Global Crime, Vol. 6, Number 1, 129–145.
- Makarenko, Tamara (2012). Europe’s Crime-Terror Nexus: Links between terrorist and organised crime groups in the European Union. Brussels: European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs.
- Olvera, Gustavo (2014). ‘The Security Council and the Illegal Transfer of Small Arms and Light Weapons to Non-State Actors’, Mexican Law Review, Vol. 6, Issue 2, 225-250.
- Perri, Frank and Richard Brody (2011). ‘The dark triad: organized crime, terror and fraud’. Journal of Money Laundering Control, Vol. 14, Number 1, 44-59.
- Picarelli, John (2006). ‘The Turbulent Nexus of Transnational Organised Crime and Terrorism: A Theory of Malevolent International Relations’, Global Crime, Vol. 7, Issue 1, 1-24.
- Pontoniere, Paolo (2005). ‘In Italy, Al Qaeda Turns to Organized Crime for Protection’, The New American Media, 21October, 2005.
- Reitano, Tuesday, Colin Clarke and Laura Adal (2017). Examining the Nexus between Organised Crime and Terrorism and its implications for EU Programming. Brussels: CT-Morse.
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