Upon inheriting Soviet security units, the Baltic states, Belarus, Ukraine, and Moldova saw reorganization of those forces as integral to the nation-building process. Many of those countries now have specialized police divisions to battle organized crime and economic fraud but have made little headway in curbing rising crime rates by USTINA MARKUS, SAULIUS GIRNIUS, DAN […]

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