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    Coca - Cocaine overview and links

    01 August 2006
    Article

    The coca-cocaine issue has gained momentum by the ascending of a peasant leader to the presidency in Bolivia, who announced making a case for the de-scheduling of the coca leaf from it's current classification as a dangerous narcotic drug in the international drug control conventions. Time has come to clarify longstanding confusion on the distinction between the coca leaf and its principal derivate cocaine.

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    Crime & Globalisation Seminars

    02 March 2008
    Article

    Seminars held by the Crime & Globalisation program.

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    Money Laundering: Related websites and documents

    Drugs and Democracy
    17 November 2005
    Article

    Useful links on money laundering and drugs

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    Colombia and Drugs recommended links

    17 November 2005
    Article

    Useful websites and documents on Colombia, drugs and conflict.

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    Law Enforcement and Drugs: Related websites and documents

    Drugs and Democracy
    17 November 2005
    Article

    Links on Drugs and Law Enforcement

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    Fumigations: The debate

    01 December 2003
    Article
  9. Intro: Een verkeerde stap in een foutieve richting

    Tom Blickman
    07 October 1999
    Article

    Op 13 april 1999 sloot Nederland een verdrag met de Verenigde Staten over de vestiging van Amerikaanse militaire steunpunten op Aruba en Curaçao, de zogenaamde "Forward Operating Locations" (FOLs). Onderhandelingen over een verlenging voor een periode van tien jaar zijn nu gaande.

  10. Effect of Drug Law Enforcement on Drug-Related Violence

    • Dan Werb, Greg Rowell, Gordon Guyatt, Thomas Kerr, Julio Montaner, Evan Wood
    01 April 2010

    This report consists of a scientific review that illustrates the relationship between drug law enforcement and drug-related violence. Violence is among the primary concerns of communities around the world, and research from many settings has demonstrated clear links between violence and the illicit drug trade, particularly in urban settings. While violence has traditionally been framed as resulting from the effects of drugs on individual users (e.g., drug-induced psychosis), violence in drug markets and in drug-producing areas such as Mexico is increasingly understood as a means for drug gangs to gain or maintain a share of the lucrative illicit drug market.

     

  11. 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.

  12. Why are Marines Disembarking in Costa Rica?

    Atilio Boron
    28 July 2010
    Article

    The recent decision in Costa Rica to allow a massive build-up of US military presence has less to do with drug trafficking than US imperial strategy.

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    Alternative 'Drugs & Peace' Policy for Colombia, proposed by TNI & Acción Andina

    Drugs and Democracy
    26 June 2002
    Article

    The Transnational Institute (TNI) and Colombian partner, Acción Andina (AA), today announce a detailed alternative policy proposal on illicit drug crops and the peace process in Colombia.

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    FARC was niet de enige optie voor Tanja

    17 September 2007
    Article

    Er zijn genoeg andere linkse organisaties in Europa die zich met Colombia bezighouden. Tanja Nijmeijer zou in haar drang om de Colombiaanse armen te helpen geen andere keus hebben dan zich bij FARC aan te sluiten. Het tegendeel is waar.

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    Fungus versus Coca

    Martin Jelsma
    12 June 2005
    Article

    Stop the chemical and biological War on Drugs, for the sake of reason, in defence of the communities whose livelihoods are destroyed, to preserve the environment and to genuinely improve the prospects for peace.

  18. The Global Fix

    • David Bewley-Taylor, Michael Woodiwiss
    09 October 2005
    Policy briefing

    This issue of Crime & Globalisation, tracks the history of the concept of organised crime and its metamorphosis into a "transnational" phenomenon allegedly posing a serious threat to global world order.

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    Geen opiumoorlog tegen Afghaanse boer

    Martin Jelsma, Tom Kramer
    05 December 2006
    In the media

    De opiumproductie in Afghanistan bereikte dit jaar een nieuw record van 6.100 ton. Het land is hiermee goed voor 92 procent van de wereldproductie. Er gaan stemmen op om militairen, onder wie Nederlandse, in te zetten om de opiumteelt te bestrijden.

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    Drug Cultivation, Fumigation and the Conflict in Colombia

    Ricardo Vargas
    01 October 1999
    Article

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