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Mexico Is Not Colombia: Alternative Historical Analogies for
been derided as an inappropriate comparison.3 While Colombia cer-. 1 See Christopher Paul, Colin P. Clarke, and Chad C. Serena, Mexico Is Not Colombia: Alternative Historical Analogies for Responding to the Challenge of Violent Drug- Trafficking. Organizations—Supporting Case Studies, Santa Monica, Calif.: RAND ...
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US Efforts to Combat Firearms Trafficking to Mexico Have Improved
Jan 11, 2016 ... Initiative and Beyond (Washington, D.C.: April 2014). 6RAND Corporation, Mexico Is Not Colombia: Alternative Historical Analogies for. Responding to the Challenge of Violent Drug-Trafficking Organizations (Santa Monica,. Calif.: 2014). Background. U.S.-Mexico Collaboration to Stem Firearms. Trafficking ...
Resource Curse and China's Infrastructure for Resources Model
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International Drug Trafficking: A Global Problem with a Domestic
Jenner, Matthew S. (2011) "International Drug Trafficking: A Global Problem with a Domestic Solution," Indiana Journal of Global. Legal Studies: Vol. 18: Iss. 2 ... the illicit drug market. Thousands of kilograms of illegal drugs cross international borders daily, leaving the hands of violent traffickers and entering the lives of drug ...
money laundering and bulk cash smuggling: challenges for the
Aug 4, 2010 ... United States to the Mexican drug trafficking organizations is one of the most efficient ways to ... administration has felt obligated to deploy the military to support and in some cases supplant .... about $10 billion “does not have an explanation … and could be attributed to the flow of drug trafficking money.
Alternative Development: Providing viable alternatives to illicit drug
That is not to say that all Alternative Development strategies succeed in facing these challenges, indeed some approaches ... HISTORY. 9. 3.1. SUCCESSFUL CASE STUDIES. 9. 3.1.1 THAILAND: LONG-TERM STRATEGY. 9. 3.1.2 PERU: SAN MARTIN INTEGRATED .... drug production and having supported local farmers.
Investing in cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue: UNESCO
by 2015 that respond to the world's ... The value of this new approach to cultural diversity is evident not only in UNESCO's activities in the cultural sphere; it also helps to renew the ... worth underlining that culture can serve as an 'anti-crisis' weapon by encouraging us to think in terms of alternative modes of development. In.
Children of the Drug War
Aug 8, 2011 ... Drug War. 1. Damon Barrett. Part 1: Frontlines: Production and Trade. 11. 1. Real Life on the Frontlines of Colombia's Drug War by Jess Hunter-Bowman ... have been orphaned by the drug war violence.4 Napolitano's comment highlights key flaws in drug war efforts to “protect” children. Not only has the war ...
drugs and social development
trafficking offenses. • Repatriations of convicted felons have exacerbated problems with gangs and drugs in several countries of Central America and the. Caribbean. .... to more mobility or migration, fewer support organizations, and increases in violence. Economic turbulence, along with poverty and social inequality, can.
UNODC - World Drug Report
organization. Enquiries concerning reproduction outside the scope of the above should be sent to the Rights Department, Oxford University Press, at the address .... community is to deserve its name, it must respond to this challenge. ... f rom drug abuse, from drug trafficking, and from related crime and violence. Kofi A. A ...
The Reframing of the War on Drugs as a “Humanitarian Crisis”
Dec 12, 2016 ... In acknowl- edging and responding to this suffering, humanitarian organizations have recently begun to frame this situation ... Keywords: War on Drugs, Humanitarianism, Urban violence, Colombia, Mexico,. Brazil. In 1971, U.S. ... trafficking of illicit substances continue to pose a serious challenge to demo-.
UNEMPLOYMENT AND PARTICIPATION IN VIOLENCE
Nov 16, 2010 ... They do not necessarily represent the views of the World Development Report 2011 team, the World. Bank and ... participation in the FARC in Colombia or FMLN in El Salvador, or in insurgent groups in. West Africa ... The 'economic approach' has had a significant effect on the study of violence and war in.
the development of international drug control: lessons learned and
CHALLENGES FOR THE FUTURE ... Martin Jelsma coordinates the Drugs & Democracy programme at the Transnational Institute (TNI) in The ..... drug trafficking rapidly expanded into a multi-billion business under control of criminal groups. In response, the UN convened another conference to negotiate what became the ...
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The war on drugs in Colombia: A current account of U.S. policy
The articles applies international relations theories, particularly realism, liberalism, and constructivism, to understand the formation and evolution of Plan Colombia. This work also examines whether Plan Colombia achieved its goals, as well as the consequences of Plan Colombia. Keywords. Plan Colombia, drug trafficking, ...
Gordon Hawkins explored America's violence exceptionalism, why the na- tion suffers such a .... that the other one does not; for instance, the drug control budget includes inter- national interdiction that would not be ... of the land nor the law of nature supports the notion that petty government offi- cials can require people to ...
The Role of Reparations for Native Nations
For Native peoples, the discussion about reparations is not an intellectual ... case study of a particular Native nation and its experience with the US .... 47. The Role ofReparations for Native Nations by Big Foot and his followers was a violent movement. The history books relate that the soldiers began firing indiscriminately ...