The Criminalization of States. The Relationship between States and Organized Crime

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9781498593007
Nombre del producto:
The Criminalization of States. The Relationship between States and Organized Crime
Peso:
N/D
Fecha de edición:
23 may. 2019
Número de Edición:
Autor:
Rosen, Jonathan D. / Bagley, Bruce / Chabat, Jorge
Idioma:
Inglés
Formato:
Libro
Páginas:
382
Lugar de edición:
Reino Unido
Colección:
SECURITY IN THE AMERICAS IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTU
Encuadernación:
Cartoné
This volume examines the relationship between states and organized crime. It seeks to add to the theoretical literature for analyzing the criminalization of the state. The volume also explores the nature of organized crime in countries throughout the Americas from Central America to the Southern Cone.

1.Criminally Possessed States: A Theoretical Approach-

Jorge Chabat

2.Organized Crime in Mexico: State Fragility, “Criminal Enclaves,” and a Violent Disequilibrium-

Nathan Jones

3.The Dimensions of Violence in Mexico:

Roberto Zepeda and Jonathan D. Rosen

4.Combating Organized Crime, Violence, and Public Insecurity in Mexico: The Case of Tijuana:

David Rocha, Roberto Zepeda, and Jonathan D. Rosen

5.The Collapse of Mexico’s Police and the Militarization of Public Security-

Sigrid Arzt

6.At a Crossroads: Can Guatemala Prevail in Fight against Violence?

Adriana Beltrán

7.Chronic Violence, Organized Crime, and the State in El Salvador-

Christine J. Wade

8.Green Crime: The Environmental Links between States and Organized Crime-

Mark Ungar

9.Organized Crime and the State in Venezuela under Chavismo-

John Polga-Hecimovich

10.Making Sense of Colombia’s “Post-Conflict” Conflict-

Adam Isacson

11.Colombia after the FARC-

Victor J. Hinojosa

12.The Colombian Peace Accord: Historic Achievement, Daunting Obstacles-

Bruce Bagley and Jonathan D. Rosen

13. Corruption in Colombia-

Fernando Cepeda Ulloa

14.How Does the State Determines Illegal Drugs and Organize Crime? Evidence from Ecuador-

Nashira Chávez and Pryanka Peñafiel

15.Coca, Organized Crime, and (Non-)Violence in Bolivia

Marten W. Brienen

16. Organized Crime and the State in Brazil-

Michael Jerome Wolff

17.Organized Crime in Argentina: The Politics of Laissez-Faire-

Sebastián Antonino Cutrona

18.Conclusions-

Bruce Bagley, Jorge Chabat, Amanda M. Gurecki, and Jonathan D. Rosen

Jonathan D. Rosen is assistant professor of criminal justice at Holy Family University.

Bruce Bagley holds a PhD in political science from the University of California, Los Angeles.

Jorge Chabat is professor in the Department of Pacific Studies at the University of Guadalajara.

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