Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -183) and index.
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1. When drug trafficking and money laundering became priorities on the G7's agenda 2. From drug trafficking to transnational organized crime 3. The G8's involvement in the international mobilization against transnational organized crime 4. The creating of expertise on transnational organized crim within the G8 system 5. The structure and organization of the Lyon group 6. Cooperation as the imperative for mobilizing against transnational organized crime 7. The socialization of G8 norms within the G8 member states 8. Dissemination of the Lyon group's recommendations 9. From the Lyon group to the Lyon/Roma group 10. A change of priorities for the Lyon/Roma group.