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Author Brown, Evan.
Title Drug trafficking, violence, and instability in Mexico, Colombia, and the Caribbean : implications for U.S. national security / Evan Brown, Dallas D. Owens.
Imprint [Carlisle Barracks, Pa.] : U.S. Army Strategic Studies Institute ; Pittsburgh, Pa. : University of Pittsburgh, Matthew B. Ridgeway Center for International Security Studies, [2010]

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 ONLINE GOVERNMENT PUBLICATION  D 101.146/15:D 84    ONLINE  
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 ONLINE GOVERNMENT PUBLICATION  D 101.146/15:D 84    ONLINE  
Author Brown, Evan.
Series Colloquium brief
Colloquium brief.
Subject Drug traffic -- Mexico -- Congresses.
Drug traffic -- Colombia -- Congresses.
Drug traffic -- Caribbean Area -- Congresses.
Political stability -- Mexico -- Congresses.
Political stability -- Colombia -- Congresses.
Political stability -- Caribbean Area -- Congresses.
Organized crime -- Prevention -- Congresses.
National security -- United States.
Alt Name Owens, Dallas (Dallas D.)
Army War College (U.S.). Strategic Studies Institute.
Matthew B. Ridgway Center for International Security Studies.
Description 1 online resource (4 unnumbered pages).
monochrome rdacc
Note Title from title screen (viewed on: June 6, 2011).
Summary The conference focused on a national security challenge which has to this point been contained but is taking dramatically new and dangerous forms. The emergence of new criminal groups in Colombia, increased violence in Mexico, and the possible spread of these criminal activities to Cuba and other Caribbean islands, create new instabilities which could result in one or more strategic shocks, in an area which is both the backyard and soft underbelly of the United States. Even if this does not(occur, the growing violence and instability in Mexico and the Caribbean will clearly demand greater attention in the future. Until now, Mexico has been seen as simply a border problem.
OCLC # 609999833
Additional Format Paper version: Brown, Evan. Drug trafficking, violence, and instability in Mexico, Colombia, and the Caribbean (OCoLC)518237807


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