Noted authorities on low intensity conflict turn their attention to the gray area phenomena, such as drug cartels or other transnational threats and violent internal challenges that plague many countries. These conflicts may or may not be motivated by a desire for political change; nevertheless they seriously undermine a legitimate governments ability to govern. Using the white triangle of the cocaine trade in the Americas and other contemporary examples, the contributors to this volume analyze the problem and offer concrete proposals for counteracting the political, economic, and social effects of gray area phenomena.
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