Partners of the Transnational Security Report

The Transnational Security Report draws on the research and input from many generous institutions and their staff.

The Munich Security Conference would like to thank all of the report's knowledge and content partners, particularly those partners who collected data specifically for this report or who allowed us to use previously unpublished or updated material.

Further data and analysis on these issues can be found at:



Content Partners

African Center for Strategic Studies

African Union

Center for Strategic & International Studies

Global Commission on Drug Policy

Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists

Information is Beautiful

International Crisis Group




Science in the News

The Sentry

Small Arms Survey

Sahel and West Africa Club – OECD

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

West Africa Commission on Drugs

World Customs Organization

Knowledge Partners

Ernst & Young

PMI Impact

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