Border games: policing the U.S.-Mexico divide

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Cornell University Press, 2009 - History - 180 pages
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Review: Border Games: Policing the US-Mexico Divide (Cornell Studies in Political Economy)

User Review  - Wordwizard - Goodreads

Assigned for a class I ended up dropping. Read it anyway. Mildly interesting, but very slow reading, although not super dense--it's hard to explain. It's one of those books where the entire argument ... Read full review

Review: Border Games: Policing the US-Mexico Divide (Cornell Studies in Political Economy)

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Contents

The Escalation of Border Policing
3
The Political Economy of Global Smuggling
15
Creating the Clandestine Side of
29
Copyright

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About the author (2009)

Peter Andreas is Associate Professor of Political Science and International Studies at Brown University. Ethan Nadelmann is Executive Director of the Drug Policy Alliance.