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“What’s the transnational organized crime threat you believe it is most important for law enforcement to control?” asks Professor Steve Monaco, course director of the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies’ Countering Narcotics and Illicit Trafficking resident course. The 79 students from 49 countries type their answers from their seats using Marshall Center-provided tablets that are then displayed in real-time on a large display screen in front of the plenary.  Drug trafficking was the issue of most concern  for the students. Cyber-crime and trafficking in counterfeit goods were considered the most neglected threats in their countries. The three-week CNIT course discusses strategies to combat transnational threats began today.  (Marshall Center photo by Karl-Heinz Wedhorn /RELEASED)