Ethnicity, the Nation-state and Drug-related Crime in the Emerging New World Order
As a study of the ubiquitous effects of drug trafficking in the Caribbean, this book illustrates the transformation of both the study and practice of contemporary international relations. In the first instance, the study of world politics even in the emerging international system of the 1990s has been slow to come to grips with the dynamic nature of change throughout world politics at the level of international organizations, among states, among and within regions, within state-based societies, and among individuals. The personal computer, the fax machine, and now the Internet make world politics penetrable at all levels and they provide individuals and groups with unprecedented access, as James Rosenau insightfully documents in his pioneering work, Turbulence in World Politics.
drug, ethnicity, crime, new world order
Comparative Politics | International Relations
John F. Stack Jr., Ethnicity, the Nation-state and Drug-related Crime in the Emerging New World Order, in THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF DRUGS IN THE CARIBBEAN, (Ivelaw L. Griffith ed., Palgrave Macmillan, 2000).