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Number of Pages: 390
Genre: Political Science
Series Title: Security in the Americas in the Twenty-First Century
Publisher: Lexington Books
Book theme: Caribbean & Latin American
Street Date: May 23, 2019
Item Number (DPCI): 247-63-9025
This splendid edited volume contributes to the growing literature on criminal politics in Latin America. The book opens by offering conceptual and theoretical insights on how to study relations between states and organized crime. The subsequent empirical chapters illustrate and amend these insights while highlighting areas in need of future research. With impressive empirical breadth, including the nexus between the drug trade and post-conflict politics in Colombia, the role of the Venezuelan state in shaping organized crime, and the unintended consequences of state responses to Central America's gangs, this comprehensive and informative book will be of great interest to both scholars and policymakers.--Eduardo Moncada, Columbia University
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