Post Tagged with: "Drug cartels"

Review – Routledge Handbook of Transnational Organized Crime

Review – Routledge Handbook of Transnational Organized Crime

Allum and Gilmour’s Routledge anthology deftly fills the niche between more general encyclopedias of organized crime and those works focusing on specific individuals or genres of transnational actors.

Review – Mexican Cartel Essays and Notes

Review – Mexican Cartel Essays and Notes

Bunker’s anthology deftly illustrates the diverse economic interests of Mexico’s cartels, and the role these groups continue to play in destabilizing the societies and governments of infiltrated nation-states.

Review – The Terrorist-Criminal Nexus

Review – The Terrorist-Criminal Nexus

Jennifer L. Hesterman’s latest book straddles the line between a training and explanatory text, providing a welcome approach to understanding the growing threat of violent non-state actors.

Review – Criminal Insurgencies in Mexico

Review – Criminal Insurgencies in Mexico

Robert J. Bunker’s wide ranging edited collection provides valuable insight into the activities of Mexican drug cartels and gangs – though the analysis is short on policy prescriptions.

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