Human Trafficking and Conflict
Louise Shelley / summarized by Stina Hartikainen
At a recent ISDP Forum on Transnational Crime, Dr. Louise Shelley discussed the link between human trafficking and conflict. Dr. Shelley is Professor, Founder and Director of the Terrorism, Transnational Crime and Corruption Center at the George Mason University. The presentation was partly based on her latest book Human Trafficking: A Global Perspective, Cambridge University Press 2010. The summary was compiled by Stina Hartikainen.
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