… (Ehrenfeld, 1990).
According to many opinions of social groups, “narco- trafficking” and its offspring, “narco-terrorism”, are considered as very dubious tools for supporting a strategy that offer United States national security interests throughout the continent, working concurrently in geographic, economic and military spheres (Ehrenfeld, 1990).
The paper provides firstly some similarities of terrorism and drug trafficking while later the paper follows the link between the both.
Terrorism and Drug Trafficking
Drug trafficking and terrorism frequently cut across traditional bureaucratic and subject authority and construction. Presently there are around fifty United States agencies which are to some extent …
… Raphael Perl, Specialist in International Affairs. Congressional Research Service in
a Changing Global Environment. December 13, 2000
Eugene, Oscapella. How Drug Prohibition Finances and Otherwise Enables Terrorism. Canadian
Foundation for Drug Policy: Submission to the Senate of Canada Special Committee on Illegal Drugs. October 2001.
Narco- Terror. Crime, Drug Prohibition and Terrorism: An Inevitable Convergence.