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  1. Crime in Uniform

    • Adriana Rossi, Martin Jelsma, Ricardo Soberon, Theo Roncken, Frank Smyth, Carlos Fazio, Thelma Mejía, Samuel Blixen, Jayme Brener
    11 April 1997
    Book

    Crime in Uniform presents detailed case studies examining the involvement of Latin American security forces in the illicit drug industry.

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    Introduction

    Martin Jelsma
    01 December 1997
    Article
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    Preface to Privatising Nature

    Susan George
    01 December 1997
    Article
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    Paraguay: An Unpunished Crime

    Jayme Brener
    01 December 1997
    Article
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    Uruguay: Berríos the Bothersome Biochemist

    Samuel Blixen
    01 December 1997
    Article
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    Colombia's Blowback

    Frank Smyth
    01 December 1997
    Article
  8. Reluctant Recruits: The US Military and the War on Drugs

    • Peter Zirnite
    06 August 1997
    Report

    Despite spending some $20 billion over the past decade on international drug control and interdiction efforts, illegal drugs from Latin America still flood the United States - a fact that concerns many within the military itself.

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    Unfinished Business: The Military and Drugs in Honduras

    Thelma Mejía
    01 December 1997
    Article
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    Argentina: Internal Insecurity

    Adriana Rossi
    01 December 1997
    Article
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    Corruption, Drug Trafficking and the Armed Forces

    Ricardo Soberón Garrido Soberon
    01 December 1997
    Article
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    Mexico: The Narco General Case

    Carlos Fazio
    01 December 1997
    Article
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    The Rothschilds of the Mafia on Aruba

    • Tom Blickman
    29 May 1997
    Paper

    "A magnificent washing-machine is sold here, its trademark is Aruba. The machine is an Aruban-Colombian product, its model called Cartel. The brand is well-known for its good performance in the United States and Europe. It is recommended by former ministers, members of Parliament, owners of casinos, supermarkets, cosmetics manufacturers and importers of cars and batteries. The washing-machine fits everybody who has become inexplicably rich from one day to another."