Current Issue

Vol.LI No. 2 2014
September 2014
Illegal Wildlife Trade

Illegal Wildlife Trade

This issue takes a closer look at poaching and illegal wildlife trade, with a focus on causes and possible solutions.

Article

Vol.LI No. 2 2014
September 2014
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All of the great apes of Africa, chimpanzees, bonobos and gorillas are endangered by human population growth, habitat destruction, illegal trafficking of apes for entertainment, private zoos and hunting.

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Vol.LI No. 2 2014
September 2014
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The illegal trade in wildlife and timber has escalated rapidly and globally, and now encompasses a wide range of flora and fauna across all continents, including terrestrial and aquatic animals, forests and other plants and their products.

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Vol.LI No. 2 2014
September 2014
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Wildlife and forest crimes exact a terrible price from developing countries and their communities. Fragile ecosystems are destroyed and biodiversity is reduced.

October 2014
Security, like peace, identity and other terminologies in that fold of international political theory has attracted many definitions. Unfortunately, many contributors approach these concepts from their own ideologies. Hence, broad areas of description of the term “security” exist.