Author Archives: John Bertetto


The Kingpin Fallacy: Targeting Criminal Street Gangs

Organized crime, particularly criminal street gangs, remains a persistent and deadly problem that plagues many cities in the United States. In a 21Apr14 article in the Atlantic Cities City Lab author Richard Florida uses recent data from the US Census Bureau to map population migration patterns into and out of America’s ten largest cities. The maps elucidate […]

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Undergoverned Spaces: Strong States, Poor Control

Foreign Intrigue is pleased to announce that we have added a new member to our writing team. John Bertetto, previously a guest contributor to Fi, is coming aboard as a permanent writer. John specializes in criminal street gangs, social network analysis, and asymmetric threat mitigation. He writes on counterinsurgency applications in local law enforcement and […]

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