Berto Jongman: Transatlantic Drug Trade — The US Market Keeps on Growing

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Berto Jongman
Berto Jongman

Transatlantic Drug Trade

Europe, Latin America and the Need to Strengthen Anti-Narcotics Cooperation

Latin American drug networks are increasing their operations in Europe, primarily because the size of the cocaine market has decreased in North America. The appropriate response, argues this briefing paper, is to further improve transatlantic counter-narcotics cooperation. That could include stronger links between anti-drugs programs, enhanced security policies and more.

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Author: Mikael Wigell, Mauricio Romero

Series: FIIA (UPI) Briefing Papers Issue: 132

Phi Beta Iota:  We have been championing an Open Source Agency for decades, one that would fund a Multinational Decision-Support Centre capable of doing Whole of Government and multi-government intelligence, operations, and logistics.  Absent such an organization, it will continue to be a simple matter for all forms of crime to route around the US Government and its pretense of a national defense.

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