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Title Cooperation and drug policies in the Americas : trends in the twenty-first centuries / edited by Roberto Zepeda and Jonathan Rosen
Published Lanham, MD : Lexington Books, 2014
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Series Security in the Americas in the twenty-first century
Security in the Americas in the twenty-first century.
Contents Acknowledgments -- Introduction / Jonathan D. Rosen and Roberto Zepeda -- Competing models : international initiatives and the war on drugs / Ted Galen Carpenter -- Debating reforms : Latin America and the international drug control / Regime Coletta A. Youngers -- Counternarcotic policies and cooperation in Colombia : a shift in policy? / Jonathan D. Rosen and Robert Zepeda -- Cooperation and drug policies : trends in Peru in the twenty-first century / Barnett S. Koven and Cynthia McClintock -- Current trends in caribbean cooperation in the war on drugs : a study of Guyana / Mark Kirton and Marlon Anatol -- Mexico, cooperation, and the drug policies in the twenty-first century / Jonathan D. Rosen and Roberto Zepeda -- Drug trafficking : a symptom of crisis in Honduras / Brian Fonseca and Randy Pestana -- The dawn of post-hegemonic cooperation? : combating transnational narcotics in the insular Caribbean / Lilian Bobea -- The war on drugs in Haiti / Christa L. Remington and Jean-Claude Garcia-Zamor -- Inventando caminos : cannabis regulation in Uruguay / Astrid Arrarás and Emily D. Bello-Pardo -- Cooperation, security and the drug phenomenon in the inter-American context / Betty Horwitz -- Perspectives of decriminalization and legalization of illicit drugs / Peter Watt and Roberto Zepeda -- Selected bibliography -- About the contributors
Summary The book examines the role of cooperation and drug policies in the Americas in the twenty-first century, focusing on the major trends and challenges. It argues that one country cannot solve drug trafficking alone-the producing, consuming, and transit countries must work together and cooperate
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Drug traffic -- Prevention -- International cooperation.
Drug traffic -- America.
Form Electronic book
Author Rosen, Jonathan D., editor
Zepeda Martínez, Roberto, editor
ISBN 0739195980 (electronic bk.)
1322520100
9780739195987 (electronic bk.)
9781322520100
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(cloth ;) (alk. paper)