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OCOptical Carrier
OCOrange County (California; New York)
OCOver Clock (computer CPU)
OCOf Course
OCOrange County (TV show)
OCOklahoma Christian University
OCOcean City, MD
OCOcean City
OCOpen Carry (firearm possession)
OCOwn Character
OCOriginal Character (fanfiction new, made-up character)
OCOxyContin (prescription drug; aka Oxys)
OCOrder Confirmation (purchases)
OCOut of Control
OCOdessa College (Odessa, Texas)
OCOrange Crush
OCOpen Circuit (SCUBA and electronics)
OCOn Center
OCOnline Community
OCOffensive Coordinator (football)
OCOriginal Content
OCOwl City (band)
OCOrganizing Committee (various organizations)
OCOrganic Carbon
OCOn Camera
OCOffice Call
OCObsessive-Compulsive
OCOral Contraceptive
OCOff Camera (cinematography)
OCOrganized Crime
OCOptical Center
OCOleoresin Capsicum (active ingredient in pepper spray)
OCOregon City (Oregon)
OCOberlin College (Oberlin, Ohio)
OCOvercoat
OCOld Chicago (restaurant)
OCOrospu Cocugu (Turkish: Son of a Bitch)
OCOregon Coast
OCOn Course
OCOrder of Canada
OCOak Cliff (Dallas neighborhood)
OCCommunications Division (US Coast Guard)
OCOliver Cromwell
OCOral Communication
OCOptional Component (Microsoft Windows)
OCOther Character
OCOfficer Commanding
OCOffice Coordinator (administrative position)
OCOffice of Censorship
OCOperating Cost
OCOil Cooled (welding)
OCOversight Committee
OCOffice of Communications
OCOvercurrent
OCOperating Company
OCOptical Communications
OCOrientation Course
OCOfficer in Command
OCOld Chinese (language of pre 400BC)
OCOpenCup (online tournament)
OCOrganochlorine
OCObject Class
OCOpen Collector (electronics, transistors)
OCOffice of Compliance (US FDA)
OCOwners Corporation (Australia)
OCOfficer of the Order of Canada
OCOld Chap (ham radio shorthand)
OCOttawa-Carleton
OCOptical Channel
OCOperational Control
OCOpen Content
OCOperating Characteristic
OCOffice of the Commissioner
OCOpen Canvas (art program)
OCOffice of the Comptroller
OCOakland City (Indiana College)
OCOperational Capability
OCOperation Center
OCOfficer Candidate
OCOperator Console
OCOld Covenant (biblical law)
OCOperant Conditioning (a training technique)
OCOpposing Counsel (legal notation)
OCOperating Committee
OCOutside Corner (measuring in construction)
OCOndes Courtes (French: shortwave)
OCOrlando Cabrera (baseball player)
OCObstetric Cholestasis
OCOxnard College (Oxnard, CA)
OCOver Crowded
OCOperating Carrier
OCOutput Compare
OCObserver Controller
OCOpen Computing
OCOceanic Crust
OCOperation Class
OCOutput Coupler (optics, lasers)
OCOcean Conservancy
OCOperations Coordinator
OCOffering Circular
OCOracle Clinical
OCOakwood College (Alabama)
OCOglethorpe County (Georgia)
OCOptical Colonoscopy
OCOn-scene Commander
OCOperations Controller
OCOverture Center (performing arts)
OCOutput Check
OCOut Calls
OCOrganisme Certificateur
OCOut Cast (gaming clan)
OCOne Communications, Inc.
OCOccupancy Certificate (residential license)
OCChristian O'Connell (radio personality; UK)
OCOctopus Card (Hong Kong smart payment card)
OCOperating Curve
OCOrganisme Conventionné (French: Accredited Body)
OCOperation Channel
OCOmnipotent Carnage (gaming clan)
OCOpenCalphad (computational thermodynamics)
OCOther's Cost
OCOutside Circumference
OCOutdoors Center (Texas A&M)
OCOver-Crossing
OCOrdinary Cadet
OCOrientation Counselor
OCOperation Context
OCOxygen Cutting
OCOpere Citato (Latin: In the Work Cited)
OCOperator Centralization
OCOrganizational Committee of ACC
OCOdin's Court (rock and metal band)
OCOrmiston College
OCOrdres Courants (French: current orders)
OCOudste Categorie (Dutch)
OCOfficer's Cook
OCOtaku Convention (Japanese film festival)
OCOrganizadora de Comercio (Spanish; Guatemala)
OCOrdnance Controller
OCOffice and Communication Module
OCOutside Contracting/Contractor
OCOrder of the Carmelites (religious order)
OCOutage Continuing
OCOuter Chuck
OCOperational Concept/Operating Concept
OCOchoa & Clary (chemistry team)
OCOpen Within Memory Cell
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As previously stated, the approach to the phenomenon of transnational organized crime suffers from the impact of different trends in dominating international relations theory, namely Realism, Liberalism, Marxism and Social Constructivism.
From a Clausewitzian perspective, organized crime represents, in its core, a continuation of economic activities using illicit means (transnational organized crime groups combine legal working methods with illegal ones- the use of violence, corruption, intimidation, blackmail).
The theoreticians of Liberalism recognize that globalization, in general, and trade liberalization, in particular, have contributed to extending transnational organized crime.
He said that the fight against crime in all its forms and manifestations, particularly transnational organized crime, with various possible means is high on the list of priorities and important goals sought by the international community, in light of the current developments taking place in the world.
It helps them develop their mechanisms, establish advanced institutions to deal with organized crime in all its forms and manifestations, build the capacity of law enforcement agencies and officers engaged in combating human trafficking crimes, support security cooperation at the national level and promote regional cooperation to counter transnational organized crime.
During the meeting, participants reviewed and discussed a number of topics on the agenda, including the form of cooperation on regional and international level; and the national legal framework of cooperation on criminal matters to counter organized crime.
The Global Threat of Organized Crime and Transnational Crime
On Pankratz and Matiasek's account, organized crime is a transnational problem affecting the global system (6) and international relations (it is a transnational process of high complexity and dynamism across various dimensions).
As Table 1 suggests, there is not an unlimited number of transnational organized crimes, but a limited number of criminal activities that characterize nearly all organized crime.
Table 2 illustrates the changes in the nature of organized crime from older, traditional forms, to newer, modern manifestations that often cross national borders.
Even though organized crime has not received as much
Illustrating that the threats from organized crime remain, former
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