National Southwest Border Counter-Narcotics Strategy
This is a print on demand edition of a hard to find publication. The original Nat. Southwest Border Counter-Narcotics Strategy (2007) focused primarily on what the entities of the U.S. Fed. Gov┐t. could do to prevent the illegal trafficking of drugs across the border with Mexico. As the cartels battle the Mexican Gov┐t. and one another, we have seen significant disruptions in the availability of such drugs as cocaine and meth in U.S. markets. The new Strategy recognizes the role that the outbound flow of illegal cash and weapons plays in sustaining the cartels and addresses this threat. Contents: Intelligence and Info. Sharing; At the Ports of Entry; Between the Ports of Entry; Air and Marine; Investigations and Prosecutions; Money; Weapons; Technology; Cooperation with Mexico; Tunnel Strategy; Resources. Illus.
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