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This chapter, which serves as a conclusion, aims to tighten the strands linking the wide spectrum of international and domestic legal instruments discussed in the book. The chapter notes that the relationship between economic crime and atrocity crime may open opportunities to achieve accountability where the economic crime route is open while other routes are effectively blocked. After providing an account of the efforts to secure Charles Taylor’s assets in the context of his trial before the Special Court for Sierra Leone, the chapter proceeds to offer ideas for the way forward via the economic crime and other routes.