Why there is no real difference between a terrorist organization and an organized crime faction, just a matter of interaction towards the state
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In general the literature regarding terrorism and organized crime normally identifies the differences between these groups when political and/or ideological issue is involved. Its basic assumption normally assume whereas terrorist and organized criminals share similar attributes in their organizational structure and cross their financial interests by buying and selling services and goods from each other, their differences would reside in the means and ends. However, it is more correct to say the decision of whether an organization is a terrorist group is only based on whether the political demands of the group colliding or converging with the state’s interests.
Petta, D.L., 2018. Why there is no real difference between a Terrorist Organization and an Organized Crime faction, just a matter of interaction towards the State. Contemporary Voices: St Andrews Journal of International Relations, 1(1), pp.26–35. DOI: http://doi.org/10.15664/jtr.1472
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