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Rafael Diniz Pucci

Transnational organised crime (TOC) in South America is deeply related to the imbalance between developed and developing countries. TOC has harmful consequences not only for the economy of South American countries, but also for the continent’s environment and society as a whole. To assess emergent issues with regard to TOC in South America, two main aspects are analysed: first, trends in specific areas and the state discourse and, second, responses to TOC within the continent.