Table of contents for Terrorism, corruption and organised crime : networks and linkages / edited by Leslie Holmes.

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Tables iii
Abbreviations and Acronyms iv-vi
List of Contributors vii-ix
Preface and Acknowledgements x
1. Introduction 1
Leslie Holmes
2. Terrorism and Organised Crime 28
Frank Bovenkerk and Bashir Abou Chakra
3. Countering Terrorism as if Muslims Matter: Cultural Citizenship
and Civic Pre-Emption in Anti-Terrorism 40
Peter Lentini
4. 'Soft Law' Regimes and European Organisations' Fight Against
Terrorist Financing and Money Laundering 58
R¿my Davison
5. The Corruption-Organised Crime Nexus in Central and Eastern
Europe 82
Leslie Holmes
6. All in the Dutch Construction Family: Cartel Building and
Organised Crime 107
Petrus van Duyne and Maarten van Dijck
7. The State, Business and Corruption in Russia 128
Yuri Tsyganov
8. Political Corruption and the Law-Governed Post-Communist State:
the Polish Case and Broader Applications 153
Adam Czarnota
9. Countering Corruption: An Australian Perspective 168
George Gilligan and D. Bowman
10. Poodle or Bulldog? Tony Blair and the 'War on Terror' 191
Peter Shearman
Terrorism, Organised Crime and Corruption ii
11. The 'War on Terror' and the Resuscitation of State Power as an Anti-
Corruption Strategy 208
Mark Da Costa Alleyne
12. Some Concluding Observations: A Quadrumvirate in Future? 225
Leslie Holmes
Bibliography 251
Index 289

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Organized crime.