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Border Games: Policing the U.S.-Mexico Divide
PART I. INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND 1. The Escalation of Border Policing 2. The Political Economy of Global Smuggling PART II. POLICING AND SMUGGLING ACROSS THEU.S.-MEXICO BORDER 3. Creating theExpand
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Redrawing the Line: Borders and Security in the Twenty-first Century
  • P. Andreas
  • Political Science
  • International Security
  • 1 October 2003
effort to restrict territorial access-has long been a core state activity.' As territorially demarcated institutions, states have always imposed entry barriers, whether to deter armies, tax trade andExpand
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Policing the globe : criminalization and crime control in international relations
Pirates, bandits, and smugglers have bedeviled governments since time immemorial. Politicians and media today obsess over terrorism and trafficking in drugs, arms, people and money. Far less is saidExpand
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The Escalation of U.S. Immigration Control in the Post‐NAFTA Era
The conventional wisdom is that the almost universal embrace of open markets and the decline of geopolitical rivalry are eroding the significance of territorial controls. Echoing this view, LawrenceExpand
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The Clandestine Political Economy of War and Peace in Bosnia
Most contemporary intrastate military conflicts have a criminalized dimension: In various ways and to varying degrees they use smuggling networks and criminal actors to create and sustain theExpand
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Illicit international political economy: the clandestine side of globalization
(2004). Illicit international political economy: the clandestine side of globalization. Review of International Political Economy: Vol. 11, No. 3, pp. 641-652.
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Criminalizing Consequences of Sanctions: Embargo Busting and Its Legacy
The upsurge in the use of economic sanctions in the post-Cold War era has prompted much scholarly and policy debate over their effectiveness and humanitarian consequences. Remarkably littleExpand
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A Tale of Two Borders: The U.S.-Mexico and U.S.-Canada Lines After 9/11
In this paper I trace the changing practice and politics of North American border controls and analyze the implications of these changes for cross-border relations and continental integration. MoreExpand
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From War Fighting to Crime Fighting: Transforming the American National Security State
With the decline of violent geopolitical conflict as an overriding organizing principle in relations among advanced industrialized states, there is a growing gap between traditional conceptions andExpand
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