Modern-Day Comfort Women

@article{Hughes2007ModernDayCW,
  title={Modern-Day Comfort Women},
  author={Donna M. Hughes and Katherine Y. Chon and Derek P. Ellerman},
  journal={Violence Against Women},
  year={2007},
  volume={13},
  pages={901 - 922}
}
The trafficking of women has been a lucrative moneymaker for transnational organized crime networks, ranking third, behind drugs and arms, in criminal earnings. The U.S. military bases in South Korea were found to form a hub for the transnational trafficking of women from the Asia Pacific and Eurasia to South Korea and the United States. This study, conducted in 2002, examined three types of trafficking that were connected to U.S. military bases in South Korea: domestic trafficking of Korean… 

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