U.S. Anti-Drug Policies in South America Essay by The Research Group

U.S. Anti-Drug Policies in South America
An examination of the motivations, major actors/stakeholders (military, chemical makers, drug cartels, politicians), effects and recommendations.
# 21024 | 1,575 words | 19 sources | 1994 | US
Published on Feb 22, 2003 in Political Science (U.S.) , Latin-American Studies (General)


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"U.S. Anti-Drug Policies in South America
Introduction
This research examines United States anti-drug policies, as those policies are applied to the countries of South America. Background information on the issue is provided in this introduc-tion. Following the introductory material, the actors with a stake in the issue are discussed, the effects of government anti-drug policies are reviewed, and a suggested solution to the issue is presented.


Americans who regularly consume illicit drugs number in the
millions (Flynn, 1993, p. 36). American demand for illicit drugs is the primary source of the international illicit drug problem. In spite of all the resources committed to the so-called drug war, the production of illicit drugs continues to increase, and the supply of..."

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