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Gossage, Giovanna
Corruption
by Giovanna Gossage - Last Updated Feb 22, 2017
Maritime Crime and Piracy
by Giovanna Gossage, Uros MILORADOVIC - Last Updated Feb 22, 2017
Maritime Crime and Piracy
Organized Crime
by Giovanna Gossage, Patrick Karbon - Last Updated Jun 21, 2017
Terrorism Prevention
by Giovanna Gossage, Patrick Karbon - Last Updated Jun 9, 2017
Wildlife and Forest Crime
by Giovanna Gossage, Uros MILORADOVIC - Last Updated Feb 22, 2017
Alternative Development
by Patrick Karbon - Last Updated Feb 22, 2017
Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice
by Patrick Karbon - Last Updated Jun 20, 2017
Organized Crime
by Giovanna Gossage, Patrick Karbon - Last Updated Jun 21, 2017
Peaceful uses of Outer Space
by Patrick Karbon - Last Updated Feb 22, 2017
Terrorism Prevention
by Giovanna Gossage, Patrick Karbon - Last Updated Jun 9, 2017
Drug trafficking
by Uros MILORADOVIC - Last Updated Feb 22, 2017
HIV and AIDS
by Uros MILORADOVIC - Last Updated Feb 22, 2017
Maritime Crime and Piracy
by Giovanna Gossage, Uros MILORADOVIC - Last Updated Feb 22, 2017
Maritime Crime and Piracy
Wildlife and Forest Crime
by Giovanna Gossage, Uros MILORADOVIC - Last Updated Feb 22, 2017
Firearms
by Isabella SCHIFFER - Last Updated Feb 22, 2017
Money-Laundering
by Isabella SCHIFFER - Last Updated Jun 20, 2017

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