chapter  7
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Critical issues and future trends

Albeit with a pinch of pessimism, one cannot but agree with Jeffrey Robinson’s proposition that

As long as we live in a world where a seventeenth-century philosophy of sovereignty is reinforced with an eighteenth-century judicial model, defended by a nineteenth-century concept of law enforcement that is still trying to come to terms with twentiethcentury technology, the twenty-first century will belong to transnational crime.1