2012

Cooperation With European Partners in Counternarcotics and Rule of Law Programs in West Africa, Central America, and Around the World

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Principal Deputy Assistant Nichols (Nov. 19): "The U.S. and Europe work together on three levels. We work on policies, we work on programs and we work on in law enforcement coordination. On policies we work with coordinating our approach both within our respective nations as well as in third countries as providers of assistance and that translates into programs. On the ground we work in West Africa, Central America, the Caribbean, Afghanistan, and Europe. We are continually looking for areas where we can cooperate ever more closely to deliver real benefits for our peoples." Full Text» Video»

The Impact of the UN Convention Against Transnational Organized Crime and Its Protocols in Combating Crime Around the World

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Assistant Secretary Brownfield (July 26): "We recognize the fact that it’s not just cocaine that we deal with on the drug front. It’s also heroin, methamphetamine, some versions of marijuana, pharmaceutical drugs that are licitly produced but illicitly used. We are also dealing with problems and crises such as trafficking in persons, gangs with their headquarters overseas, the movement and flow of firearms and explosives, cybercrime, crime involving intellectual property, terrorism, and the general requirement to support the development of rule of law institutions throughout the world." Full Text» Video»
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