6 edition of The cocaine war found in the catalog.
The cocaine war
BelГ©n Boville Luca de Tena
|Statement||Belén Boville ; translated from Spanish by Lorena Terando.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||11, 204 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||204|
The Cocaine Wars Paul Eddy, Author, Sabogal Hugo, Author, Sara Walden, With W. W. Norton & Company $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. The war on drugs is a campaign, led by the U.S. federal government, of drug prohibition, military aid, and military intervention, with the aim being the reduction of the illegal drug trade in the United States. The initiative includes a set of drug policies that are intended to discourage the production, distribution, and consumption of psychoactive drugs that the participating governments and Date: Term coined J
Now four decades old, America’s drug war, initiated in its modern form by Richard Nixon, has burned through $1 trillion and helped make the United States the most locked-down country on earth. A century before its finest hour, the British Empire went through what may have been its darkest. After China declared a war on drugs in , confiscating well over 1, tons of opium from.
Documentation of Official U.S. Knowledge of Drug Trafficking and the Contras The National Security Archive obtained the hand-written notebooks of Oliver North, the National Security Council aide who helped run the contra war and other Reagan administration covert operations, through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed in Cocaine is winning the drug war in Peru we’ll throw the book at them.” the world’s second-largest cocaine exporter, Peru’s drug war performance pales.
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Doggedly researched and intelligently written, The Cocaine Wars is a must read for all those who want to know more about the drugs traders and the devastating effect they have had on millions of by: "The Cocaine Wars" contains most, if not all, of these foundational myths of the "Magic City" from the Dadeland Massacre to the largest The cocaine war book corruption scandal to hit a There's the fictional stuff like "Miami Vice" or Brian De Palma's "Scarface," and then there are the real-life incidents and characters that for the most part outstrip the wildest imaginings of Hollywood writers/5.
In an eloquent style accessible to the lay reader, Spanish journalist Boville describes the complexities of the drug war specifically, on cocaine between the United States and Latin America. Her comprehensive volume details the historical origins, scientific data and economics, as well as the social, legal, religious and environmental issues of the cocaine : Belen Boville.
The premise of the book is that, despite the U.S. claims that it is engaged in a war against drugs in Colombia, it is in fact engaged in an anti-insurgency war against the left-wing FARC guerillas - a war which does not seek to eradicate coca growing and cocaine production in Colombia at by: Reading like a riveting true crime thriller, The Cocaine Wars moves from the jungles of South America where coca leaves are grown to the streets of America where the white powder is sold.
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It shows how politics really works, in the field. It is written by a soldier, from the front line by: 2. After three decades of increasingly punitive policies, illicit drugs are more easily available, drug potencies are greater, drug killings are more common, and drug barons are richer than ever.
The War on Drugs costs Washington more than the Commerce, Interior, and State departments combined - and it's the one budget item whose growth is never by: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Cocaine Wars is a Argentine -American action film directed by Héctor Olivera and starring John Schneider, Federico Luppi, Rodolfo Ranni and Royal Dano. It was written by Olivera, Steven M. Krauzer and David Viñas. The associate producer of the film was Fernando tion company: Aries Cinematográfica Argentina.
THE COCAINE WARS presents a depressing picture of greed and corruption reminiscent of the worst aspects of the Prohibition Era. The billions of dollars to be made smuggling this drug are more. HVH Chasing the Scream: The First and Last Days of the War on Drugs is a book by English writer and journalist Johann Hari examining the history and impact of drug criminalisation, collectively known as "the War on Drugs." The book was published simultaneously in the United Kingdom and United States in January Author: Johann Hari.
The Cocaine War Belen Boville, Author, Lorena Terando, Translator Algora Publishing $ (p) ISBN Buy this book In an eloquent style accessible to the lay reader, Spanish. A number of writers have alleged that the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) was involved in cocaine trafficking during the s.
These claims have led to investigations by the United States government, including hearings and reports by the United States House of Representatives, Senate, Department of Justice, and the CIA's Office of the Inspector General. Don Winslow Digs Into Modern Drug War With New Novel ‘The Border’ Winslow talks about writing a trilogy, the War on Drugs and what’s it like to delve so deeply into the narco world for so long.
As attempts at regulation failed, Congress in banned cocaine outright, and America launched its longstanding war against now-illegal drugs. Challenging "traditional thinking about both the 'rise' and 'fall' of drug problems" (which makes legal prohibition the pivotal point in the story), Spillane examines phenomena that have eluded earlier.
cocaine (kōkān´, kō´kān), alkaloid drug derived from the leaves of the coca shrub. A commonly abused illegal drug, cocaine has limited medical uses, most often in surgical applications that take advantage of the fact that, in addition to its anesthetic effect, it constricts small arteries, lessening bleeding.
His book, Drug Addicts are Human Beings, sees the whole drug war coming. Amongst other things he says — and I’m paraphrasing again, the exact words are quoted in my book — ‘If we continue with this policy for the next 50 years, 50 years from now we’ll have.
The term "war on drugs" was first used by President Richard Nixon into explain his administration's amendment to the Harrison Narcotics Tax Act of Before Nixon came to power, there had been talk of decriminalizing or legalizing drugs.
However, he took a hard-line approach to tackling the country's growing drug abuse problem. Here is a book that speaks what must be told at the end of another year of drug war spreading further and deeper, that tells what you will not learn. The premise of the book is that, despite the U.S. claims that it is engaged in a war against drugs in Colombia, it is in fact engaged in an anti-insurgency war against the left-wing FARC guerillas - a war which does not seek to eradicate coca growing and cocaine production in Colombia at : Dan Kovalik.
Organized into six main chapters on the varied drugs-war relationships — one each for alcohol, tobacco, caffeine, opium, speed and cocaine — .Drug War is a landmark modern history: the first ever full account of the United Kingdom's fight against the illegal importation of drugs.
Packed with remarkable revelations and thrilling anecdotes, it tells for the first time the story of the high-level traffickers who drugged Britain, and the secretive organisation that tried to stop them: the Investigation Division of HM Customs and s: Get this from a library!
The cocaine war: in context: drugs and politics. [Belén Boville Luca de Tena] -- A Spanish journalist reveals what the Drug War really means: the danger it poses to the political stability of weak democracies, human rights and development and its environmental impact.