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Chapter 6: Human trafficking as a result of global imbalances: the role of the European Union
6. Human trafficking as a result of global imbalances: the role of the European Union Anna Jonsson Cornell 6.1 INTRODUCTION Human trafficking is defined in international law as a crime that involves the use of force or coercion for the purpose of...
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