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Illicit Trafficking and Counterfeit Goods

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Illicit trafficking and counterfeiting, in everything from cigarettes to animal parts, guns, drugs, pharmaceuticals, even nuclear and radiological materials, have become a cancer on the global economic system — one that equally damages both the public good and private profit. MAB researches and analyzes current and future illicit trafficking trends and in partnerships with governments and private sector actors design dynamic solutions to these problems.

Some highlights of this work:

Building a Biological Security Culture: Managing the Enduring Threat of Bioterrorism

To Counter Nuclear Smuggling, Target All Smuggling 

Counterfeit Drugs and National Security

Crime-Terror Nexus Requires Integrated Security Approaches 

Break the Link Between Terrorism Funding and Poaching

Public-Private Partnerships Essential to Combat Poaching 

 

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