Author (schoolar of the "Royamount Process" Stability Pact) analyses present situation in the region of South Eastern Europe regarding the problems of rising organized crime, infact, he shows "the functionality" of existing regional initiatives and institutions in fight against this contemporary act of criminality. Speciall emphasys is on the structuring and functioning of the mechansims of those institution at national (state) as well as at the regional level (Stability Pact, SECI, OSCE, Interpol etc.). Are regional institutions capable to be serious actors in prevention and fight against organized crime?
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