Cocaine Quagmire: Implementing the U.S. Anti-Drug Policy in the North Andes-Colombia
Cocaine Quagmire: Implementing the U.S. Anti-Drug Policy in the North Andes-Colombia
Cocaine Quagmire: Implementing the U.S. Anti-Drug Policy in the North Andes-Colombia
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Cocaine Quagmire: Implementing the U.S. Anti-Drug Policy in the North Andes-Colombia

  • Publish Date: 2000-03-01
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Author: Sewall H. Menzel

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Written from the perspective of a former active participant in the U.S. anti-drug policy formulation and implementation efforts, Cocaine Quagmire is an in-depth analysis of why the U.S. drug war in Colombia is failing. While frequent anti-drug battles are won, dynamic socioeconomic and political factors have created a quagmire of countervailing obstacles leading to strategic foreign policy defeat in the North Andes. The Clinton Administration focused on combating narcotrafficking and yet misunderstood how a strong international demand and immense profits provide the basic incentives that keep the Colombian cocaine traffickers in business. This book is important in that it fills a significant gap in our knowledge of U.S. foreign policy and its application in the drug wars of the South American country of Colombia.


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