Homeland Security and our Borders

1-) Elaborate on the coca-cocaine commodity value chain and the illegal drug industry in Latin America. In doing so, discuss the parallels with the dynamics of legal international trade under the influence of increasing globalization and economic integration. response should be between 500-750 words, cited and referenced in accordance with APA 6th Edition Publication Manual format.
2-) Please discuss in your own words (no quotes) the Mexican Cartels and how they have defied U.S. Drug Policies. In doing so, discuss Operation Intercept, and Operation Condor. response should be between 500-750 words, cited and referenced in accordance with APA 6th Edition Publication Manual format.
3-) Please discuss in detail the fight against violence and terror on the Southwest Border of the United States. In doing so, also list and discuss the three points keyed in on by Kingpins and corruption (2017). response should be between 500-750 words, cited and referenced in accordance with APA 6th Edition Publication Manual format.
4-) Please define, describe, and discuss what is meant by “A Line in the sand.” Then, summarize the Majority Report by the United States House Committee on Homeland Security Subcommittee on Oversight, Investigations, and Management.” Your conclusion should provide some solution to the problem of southwest border security. response should be between 500-750 words, cited and referenced in accordance with APA 6th Edition Publication Manual format.

 

 

 

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1. The world’s most significant quantities of coca, this is the plant from which the illegal drug cocaine is obtained from, planted and grows in South America and the local manufacturers significantly take part in the processing of the cocaine in the region (Vellinga, 2007). As much as coca can be grown in various geographic locales such as Mexico, the South America geography entails the most suitable conditions for naturally cultivating the plant in large quantities and enough for mass production.

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