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Narco-Jihad: Drug trafficking and Security in Afghanistan and Pakistan

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1 December 2009
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Asia
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Narco-Jihad: Drug trafficking and Security in Afghanistan and Pakistan

This 2009 co-written paper deals with drug-trafficking and security in Afghanistan and Pakistan. The topic is introduced by Peter Mandaville by a comprehensive forward. The first article deals with “The Drug Economy in Afghanistan and Pakistan, and Military Conflict in the region” (Vanda Felbab-Brown), followed by a second one entitled “Narco-Trafficking in Pakistan-Afghanistan Border Areas and Implications for Security” (Louise I. Shelley and nazia Hussain). The paper is finally conclude with “The Dynamics of ‘Narco-Jihad’ in the Pakistan-Afghanistan region” (Ehsan Ahrari).

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