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Drug Trafficking Research in the Americas: An Annotated Bibliography

Bruce Michael Bagley, editor
 
ISBN: 978-1-57454-001-7
$30.00
1995/472 pages
Distributed for the North-South Center Press

DESCRIPTION

This volume provides a guide to the ever expanding drug-related literature, concentrating on the most important, relevant sources chosen by a collection of scholars, analysts, and practitioners from a variety of disciplines. This multidisciplinary, multinational approach critically assesses the current social science literature on a complex and highly contentious issue in U.S.-Latin American relations. It is the second in a series of three volumes resulting from the North-South Center Drug Trafficking Task Force, co-sponsored by the North-South Center and the Graduate School of International Studies, University of Miami, and the Centro de Estudios Internacionales, Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Bruce Michael Bagley is professor of Interamerican Studies at the Graduate School of International Studies, University of Miami, and served as the director of the North-South Center Drug Trafficking Task Force.

CONTENTS

  • Introduction—B. Bagley.
  • UNITED STATES.
  • The Military and the Drug War—D. Mabry.
  • Human Rights, Drug Trafficking, and Drug Policies in the Andes—C. Call.
  • U.S. Drug Policy and North-South Cooperation—R.F. Perl.
  • Issues in Narcotrafficking: A Fictional Outlook—P. Reydburd.
  • COLOMBIA.
  • Drugs and International Relations: A Colombian Perspective—J.G. Tokatlián and J. Salah Chorny.
  • U.S.-Colombian Relations and Drug Trafficking—D. Pardo.
  • Colombia and the Economy of Drug Trafficking—A. López R..
  • Narcotics and Judicial and Administrative Reform—A. Franco.
  • ECUADOR.
  • Money Laundering in Ecuador—R.A. Carrera.
  • Drug Trafficking and its Social Effects—X. Andrade Andrade.
  • PERU.
  • Drug Trafficking and U.S. Policy—D.S. Palmer.
  • The Economics of Cocaine and Drug Trafficking—H. Campodónico and A. Quispe.
  • Legal, Judicial, and Juridical Aspects of Drug Control—R. Soberón Garrido.
  • Coca and Cocaine: Anthropological Aspects—E. Morales.
  • Socio-anthropological Aspects: Use and Abuse Patterns, Prevention, Rehabilitation, and Related Issues—R. Lerner.
  • BRAZIL AND THE SOUTHERN CONE.
  • Drug Trafficking in Brazil and the Southern Cone—F.O. Mora.
  • PARAGUAY.
  • Drug Addiction and Drug Trafficking in Paraguay—J.L. Simón.
  • CHILE.
  • Drug Trafficking in Chile—F. Bustamente.
  • URUGUAY.
  • Drug Trafficking in Uruguay—L. Bizzozero and L. Ferro.
  • MEXICO, CENTRAL AMERICA, AND THE CARIBBEAN.
  • Drug Trafficking and Mexico-U.S. Relations—J. Chabat.
  • Drugs and the U.S.-Mexico Border—G.D. Lemus.
  • Central America and Drug Trafficking—T. Juhn.
  • Drug Use in Jamaica—A. Khan-Melnyk.
  • Drug Trafficking in the Caribbean—R. Castle.
  • BOLIVIA.
  • Politics and Drugs in Bolivia—E. Gamarra.
  • Bolivia: Politics and Drug Trafficking—R. Barrios Moron.
  • Economics and Narcotrafficking—C. Toranzo and J.L. Exeni.
  • Bolivia: The Economy and Narcotraffic—C. Torranzo.
  • Contributors.