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Articles written by Sandro Calvani
Fighting the dark side of globalisation requires a united effort
Globalisation and the technological revolution have spawned a new generation of organised criminals against whom only a global resistance can battle effectively.

The Nation, 14 Dec 2000
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Come nel ’600. Anzi peggio
Duecento anni dopo l’abolizione della "tratta" l’America ancora ne soffre le conseguenze psicologiche. Nuovi traffici: oggi nel mondo le vittime sono 27 milioni.

Il Nostro Tempo, 8 Oct 2000
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Triangolo d’oro: boom del prodotto criminale lordo
All’Università delle Nazioni Unite di Tokyo hanno inventato un nuovo programma di ricerca economica. L’hanno chiamato il lato oscuro della globalizzazione.
La loro preoccupazione sono le reti criminali integrate che ormai coprono il nostro vecchio pianeta. Infinitamente frammentate, e spesso completamente virtuali grazie ad Internet, hanno un prodotto criminale lordo pari al Prodotto Nazionale Lordo della Gran Bretagna. I predatori globali sono oggi la quinta potenza economica mondiale. Tutta la loro ricchezza è di origine illecita.

Oct 2000
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Facing the dark side of globalization: Rotten apples or banana peels?
Are they just “rotten apples”? Some observers and political commentators, even some opinion makers, for years discussed the global predators threat with the obvious reasoning that they are just a bunch of rotten apples.
Facts have demonstrated that global predators are not just rotten apples – rather their role is that of banana peels.

UNDCP Regional Centre for East Asia and the Pacific, May 2000
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Thirty years fighting drugs through leadership and participatory cooperation
Thirty years have passed since we heard these expectations in many different languages, in many different contexts, from many different people while meeting them to formulate projects to help to serve their needs.

UNDCP Activities Report in East Asia and the Pacific, p. 3, May 2000
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