Are Pacific countries at risk of becoming a gateway for terrorists?

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Jose Sousa-Santos - 5 Oct 2021

Are Pacific countries at risk of becoming a gateway for terrorists?

A recent attack in New Zealand highlights the need for more regional cooperation on counterterrorism in the Pacific, Jose Sousa-Santos writes.

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The Human Cost of Transnational Crime

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Jose Sousa-Santos - 27 Jul 2021

The Human Cost of Transnational Crime

William West / AFP Pacific island nations are increasingly paying the price for the high-value drug markets of Australia and New Zealand. Jose Sousa-Santos writes that transnational crime is…

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Jose Sousa-Santos - 1 Jun 2021

Bridging the cultural gap: combatting transnational crime in the Pacific

For effective cooperation in combatting transnational crime, Australia and New Zealand need to look at a hybrid system of policing underpinned by cultural awareness, Jose Sousa-Santos writes. At his…

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Jose Sousa-Santos - 20 Apr 2021

Policing transnational and organised crime in the Pacific

In order to combat transnational crime in the Pacific, larger states must allow local partners to take the lead on development, Danielle Watson, Jose Sousa-Santos, and Loene M Howes…

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