1. Assessing Militarised Responses to Transnational Organised Crime
2. Soldiers in a Storm: Why and How Do Responses to Illicit Economies Get Militarised?
Part I. Wildlife Crime
3. Militarised Responses to the Illegal Wildlife Trade
Jasper Humphreys, M. L. R. Smith
4. An Unwinnable War: Rhino Poaching in the Kruger
5. Kenya’s ‘War on Poaching’: Militarised Solutions to a Militarised Problem?
Thomas J. Maguire
6. ‘A Blunt Instrument’: Addressing Criminal Networks with Military Responses, and the Impact on Law Enforcement and Intelligence
John M. Sellar
Part II. Piracy
7. Replicating Success? A Military Response to Maritime Piracy, the Somalia Experience
8. Approaches to Piracy, Armed Robbery at Sea, and Other Maritime Crime in West and Central Africa
9. South East Asia Piracy: Have We Learnt from Somali Counter-Piracy Operations?
Karsten Hoesslin, Lucia Bird Ruiz-Benitez de Lugo
10. Dangers of Success: The Economics of Somali Piracy
Part III. Smuggling of Migrants
11. The New Migration Landscape: The Implications of a Militarised Response to Smuggling
12. Smugglers Inc.: The Illicit Industry in Human Migration
13. The Militarisation of Migration: From Triton to Sofia: Assessing the Credibility of the EU’s Naval Interventions Against Migrant Smuggling in the Mediterranean
14. How US Customs and Border Protection Became the World’s Largest Militarised Police Force
Part IV. Drug Trafficking
15. Militarisation of the Drug War in Latin America: A Policy Cycle Set to Continue?
16. Beyond UNGASS 2016: Drug Control Multilateralism and the End to the ‘War on Drugs’
17. The Development Impacts of the ‘War on Drugs’
Health Poverty Action
18. Responding to Drug Trafficking: A Question of Motives
19. Situating Militarisation as Part of an Integrated Response to Organised Crime