Narco-terrorism: A Unified Strategy to Fight a Growing Terrorist Menace

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Transnational Publishers, 2002 - Law - 176 pages
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OUT OF PRINT! This well-researched and informative book paves the way for policymakers to develop that will and take that necessary action. With a convincingly detailed demonstration that narco-terrorism is a thriving reality, citing, for example, facilities that combine guerilla training and drug processing, and documenting meetings between political leaders and drug lords, the author lays out a powerful program that coordinates strong legal, political, military, and social education initiatives which, taken together, will at last allow us to contain this growing menace. Published under the Transnational Publishers imprint.

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Contents

NarcoTerrorist Relationships
13
Historical Efforts to Fight the Drug War
41
A United Strategy
55
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Douglas J. Davids is a Major in the United States Army assigned to the Analysis Section of the National Guard Bureau of Counter-drug Office.

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