Partners in Prevention, Making Public-Private Security Cooperation More Efficient, Effective and Sustainable, Recommendations of the Task Force
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A global economy has empowered criminals and terrorists on a global scale. Embedded across worldwide production, trade and investment networks, illicit trafficking in high-tech data and equipment, narcotics, arms and counterfeit goods has laid bare the weaknesses of top-down government controls. Without bold changes, both public and private interests are likely to suffer a growing toll from this insidious and intermingling array of threats, including the especially grave threat of nuclear proliferation.
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