Financing of terrorism: risks for Australia

Russell G Smith, Rob McCusker, Julie Walters

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    Australia has to date been relatively quarantined from large-scale, organised terrorist activities, but as a well-resourced country we are also at risk of being a location from which funds for terrorist activities may be drawn. This paper presents information on the environments in which the financing of terrorism have taken place in recent years and the trajectory of financing of terrorism risk which is likely to emerge for Australia and globally in the years ahead.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherAustralian Institute of Criminology
    Publication statusPublished - 2010

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    NameTrends & issues in crime and criminal justice; 394

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    Smith, R. G., McCusker, R., & Walters, J. (2010). Financing of terrorism: risks for Australia. (Trends & issues in crime and criminal justice; 394). Australian Institute of Criminology.
    Smith, Russell G ; McCusker, Rob ; Walters, Julie. / Financing of terrorism: risks for Australia. Australian Institute of Criminology, 2010. (Trends & issues in crime and criminal justice; 394).
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