© 2008 – Routledge (Monograph (DRM-Free))
216 pages | 3 B/W Illus.
This book examines Russia's attempts to tackle the challenges of the new and increasing security threats of rising crime, corruption and terrorism that it has experienced since the break-up of the Soviet Union in 1991. It demonstrates the close links between the rising drug trade, border problems, migration issues, organised crime, corruption and terrorism.
Uncovering information not seen before by Western audiences, this book:
1. Introduction - Robert W. Orttung 2. The Socio-Economic and Criminal Effects of Contemporary Migration in Large Russian Cities - Elena Tyuryukanova and Elena Kostyrya 3. Crime and Migration in Siberia - Valerii V. Sobolnikov 4. Drug Trafficking along the Russian-Kazakh Border: Challenges of Enforcement - Sergei V. Golunov, Vadim V. Astashin, Svetlana B. Kozhirova, Grigory L. Olekh, and Liudmila M. Reshetnikova 5. One Hand Washes the Other: Informal Ties among Organized Crime Groups and Law-Enforcement Agencies in Russia - Alexander Salagaev, Alexander Shashkin, and Alexey Konnov 6. Addressing Corruption in Russia’s Civil-Military Relations - Andrei S. Makarychev 7. Who Fights Corruption in Russia? - Irina Olimpieva and Oleg Pachenkov 8. Trade-Offs between Security and Civil Liberties in Russia’s Counter-Terrorist Campaign in 2000-2004: Six Regional Case Studies - Nabi Abdullaev and Simon Saradzhyan