Autor: Organización de Estados Americanos (OEA)

Fecha: 3 de junio de 2002

Adopción de la Convención Interamericana contra el terrorismo

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Autor: Drug Policy Alliance Network

Fecha: 19 de julio de 2004

Resumen: Advocates of the war on drugs have used the recent surge in terrorism against the U.S. to urge expansion of the drug war. But is this renewed war against drugs justified? We cannot afford to have our anti-terrorism efforts fail as clearly as the drug war has failed. An honest exploration of the link between drugs and terrorism and a levelheaded response is needed.

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Autor: Mike Gray

Fragmento del original: As we stand transfixed at the specter of 21st Century vandals assaulting the governments of one country after another, it's important to remember that this particular plague could be terminated with the stroke of a pen. The vast illegal enterprises that the U.N. says are raking in some $400 billion a year -- the powerful, murderous combines that threaten to overwhelm the rule of law itself -- all could be cut off instantly by simply taking the drug trade out of the hands of the gangsters and putting it in the hands of government regulators -- just as we finally were forced to do with alcohol.

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Autor: Kevin B. Zeese

Fragmento del original: [i]t has been known for years that the drug war is the primary source of funds for terrorists; Interpol made that point six years ago. But we have kept doing more of the same, and as a result, there has been a growing drug cash slush fund for violent drug cartels and terrorists.

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Autor: Emilio J. Cárdenas.

Año: 2004.

Resumen: Cambios en las perspectivas de lucha contra el terrorismo adoptados por organismos internacionales como Naciones Unidas y el Consejo de Seguridad, identificación de nuevas amenazas terroristas.

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