The War against Drugs and Terror
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This paper examines the domestic and international drug and terror war reform. he paper attempts to illustrate the link between the war on drugs and the war on terror, explaining that these are becoming a unified, global dilemma. The paper presents a policy proposal that will improve investigation and prevention techniques used internationally and domestically, with the goal of decreasing drug trafficking in countries also known to be high terrorist breeding grounds.
From the Paper:"Throughout the years numerous policy attempts have been made to subdue the threat of terror as well as the global drug problem; however combined efforts have fallen short of achieving their goals. This, in part has to do with the accompanying factors to global problems such as; current events, the media and constituent's beliefs. These all weigh heavily and influence the agenda of policy makers and administrations. After September 11, 2001, the democratic world was shaken and the true threat of terrorism was unmistakably evident. This created a global demand for justice against Afghanistan's Taliban regime, claimed to be protecting Al-Qaeda, the organization responsible for the terrorist acts. Now, there are new actors in the realm of mass terror, and this includes Columbia."
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The War against Drugs and Terror (2005, June 22) Retrieved October 28, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/the-war-against-drugs-and-terror-59590/
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