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International Police Training in Response to Challenges of Transnational Crime: The Case of Chinese People’s Public Security University

Dr. Jianming Mei 

In the era of globalization, the world is faced with new opportunities for
development, but also non-traditional security issues such as terrorism, organized
crime, drug-related crimes, human trafficking have become increasingly prominent,
and pose a great threat to the prosperity and stability of the world. Since China
adopted the policy of reform and opening up in 1978, the relationships and
exchanges with other countries have greatly enhanced and China has made
remarkable achievements in economic and social development. China has adopted
effective strategies to promote China’s social progress, as well as cooperating with
the international community to safeguard world peace and stability and made
numerous contributions in this area.