Table of contents for The world geopolitics of drugs, 1998/1999 / Ala[i]n Labrousse and Laurent Laniel (Observatoire Geopolitique des Drouges, Paris, France) ; revised by Alan A. Block.


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INTRODUCTION
How to use the annual report
Trends for 1998/1999: The globalization of the trafficking economy
       PART ONE: GLOBAL PROBLEMS
Money laundering in the South: The modernity of tradition
Offshore banking: Center of the economic world's attention
Opium problems: Estimation of illegal crops and diversion of
legal crops
      PART TWO: ASIA
Central Asia
Country reports
Afghanistan
Pakistan
Nepal
India
Burma
China
Vietnam
Cambodia
MAPS 1-4
     PART THREE: EUROPE
Analyses
Italy: Evolving mafia and antimafia forces
News from the Italian mafias
Spain: Drug gateway to Europe
ETA, the police and drugs: Ambiguity in the fight against terrorism
The cannabis market in Paris
Ayahuasca: From the Amazon to the urban jungles
Country reports
Turkey
Russia
Lithuania
Poland



Czech Republic
Rumania
MAP
   PART FOUR: THE AMERICAS
Analyses
The profitable poor: The economic and social impact of the war "on
drugs" in the United States
Mexico: Laundering the political system
Colombia: War on drugs or on rebellion?
Argentina: The legacy of ten years of Peronist government
Bolivia: "Success Story" of the war on drugs
Country reports
Peru
Chile
Venezuela
Trinidad and Tobago
Dominican Republic - Haiti
Canada
MAPS 6-11
PART FIVE: AFRICA
Analyses
The geopolitical stakes of khat in Kenya
The cannabis industry in Lesotho
South Africa: Rainbow Mafia becomes entrenched
The Rainbow Mafia
Country reports
Algeria
Nigeria
Benin
Congo
Mauritius
MAPS 12-13








Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Drug traffic, Narcotics, Control of