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    posed a threat to international security since their time of existence but over the past 3 decades, a convergence of these groups has lead to similarities between these organizations arising in the 1980s and this is how the term narco terrorism was conceptualized. Narco terrorism is evolving into an even greater threat that is affecting all the regions of the world. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland believes that efficient measures have to be elaborated so as to tackle this international

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    What Is Narco-Terrorism?

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    Narco-terrorism impacts negatively many aspects of Panama and the region causing unwanted effects in security and society. If narco-terrorist cartels strengthen so much, they will attack security forces and population to advance their objectives. The influences of Mexican-Colombian cartels operating in Panama have threatened stability; however, if not degraded, they can destroy high-quality governance. Therefore, narco-terrorism will result in high crimes rates and attacks against Panamanian security

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    The effect of the FARC’s narco-terrorist objectives have proven detrimental for the destabilized Colombian government, economic instability, terrorism, exploitation, extortion and tax evasion has produce a vast underground economy (McLean, 2005). Further, actions implemented by the United States, at periods has only heightened tensions, cocoa eradication fashioned a damaging second wave of negative consequences as unintended alliances were formed, economies disrupted and primary income sources were

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    Pablo Emilio Escobar born on December 1, 1949, in Antioquia, Colombia, became Colombia's most known drug lord and narco-terrorism in the 80’s. Escobar joins the cocaine trade in the early 1970’s. Eventually, Escobar controlled over 80% of the cocaine being shipped to the U.S. Escobar became well known for sponsoring soccer clubs and charity projects but later on started to terrorize Colombia making people turn against him. Eventually being killed by the DEA and Colombian police on December 2, 1993

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    addiction, not only is the individual themselves deeply affected but the strength of our democracy as well. Not only does abuse weaken our democracy in the United States but also, “…supports attacks against the judicial system in Mexico. It funds terrorism in Columbia and generally destabilizes governments from Afghanistan to Thailand (Hutchinson, 2002).” The international connection between drugs and terror is prominent and is easily identified as we delve deeper into different countries. Looking

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    regards to the lasts terrorism acts and the terrorist group ISIS. Within this report we will discuss how terrorism tends to take a hold on some individuals and this learner will discuss the overall feeling of this subject that seems to be missed by the USA and other Nations very briefly. We will try to get a better understanding by reading these three article which are: Bloom 's 2011 article, "Bombshells: Women and Terror," from Gender Issues; Campbell and Hansen 2014 article, "Is Narco-Violence in Mexico

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    Narco-Propaganda in the Mexican Drug War Organized crime is a serious threat to the state and civil society (though boundaries have been blurred between cartels and police/military) Anthropology of crime deconstructs criminalizing discourses of the state but we also need to deconstrust discourses generated by organized crime groups (who have relative autonomy from the state). Mexican organized groups, or “cartels”, produce a quasi-political discourse- a form of narco propaganda. Narco propaganda

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    Different Types of Terrorism: 3 You have probably heard and may have used the word terrorism. When we did, it had an image in our mind. When other people used the word (terrorism) they had their own images or meanings for this term. As a result, terrorism means different things to different people. The nature of terrorism has changed over the course of history. Violent activity called terrorism at one point in time was called war. Liberation or crime in another period of history. The media

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    Nowadays terrorism is like a disease that has extended its evil actions through the borders of several countries. This disease is propagated by groups that use violence indiscriminately, targeting innocent people, trying to overthrow the institutional order and political structure, although sometimes it takes place in countries with political power emptiness. Terrorism is the method that embraces some groups or organizations that try to get by force what they are not able to get by reason. Latin

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    The United States is part of the Western civilization because of its wealth of economics and abundance in natural resources. Like any civilized society its success comes from the business aspect of supply and demand. The law of supply and demand not only benefits the civilized society of the United States it also benefits the Mexican drug trafficking organization (DTO) known as Los Zetas or Zetas. The United States has a high demand for drugs and contraband that come from Mexico facilitated by

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