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PART I: INTRODUCTION: SOFT THREATS, SECURITY CAPS, AMERICAN PLAGUE: MULTILATERAL MEDICINE?; Imtiaz Hussain and Jorge A. Schiavon 1. Puzzle 2. Bogotá: Multilateral Direction from Drug-control Dissent 3. Governance Along the Cocaine Corridor 4. Theater of War 5. Mexico-US.Border 6. Illegal Human Flows: Migration 7. Drug-trafficking: Security Threat Trigger 8. Money-laundering 9. Weapons-smuggling 10. Mexico-Central American Border 11. Illegal Immigration 12. Drug-trafficking 13. Money-laundering 14. Weapons-smuggling 15. Summary 16. Theoretical Thread-lines 17. Definitions 18. Kirchner-Sperling Multilateral Security Governance 19. Organization 20. References PART II: IMMIGRATION AND MEXICO-US BORDER CONTROLS: CONSTRAINED BI-LATERALISM?; Jorge A. Schiavon 21. Introduction 22. Mexico's Migration Policy: A 'No-policy' Interregnum? 23. Mexican Public Opinion and Migration: Protecting the Paisano 24. Migration Policy After 9/11: Whole or Partial Enchilada? 25. The Perverse Effects: A Stimulated Wall 26. Migration Costs and Benefits: An Arizona Microcosm 27. Mexico's Economic benefits: Unending Remittances 28. Strengthening Emigrant-Home Community Linkages 29. The 3 x 1 Program 30. A Theoretical Fit: Demanding Multi-security Governance 31. Conclusions 32. References PART III: DIMENSIONS OF DRUG-TRAFFICKING IN THE UNITED STATES: GOVERNANCE AND POLICIES IN NORTH AMERICA; Roberto Dominguez and Rafael Velázquez Flores 33. Introduction 34. Security Governance: Analytical Framework 35. Overview of Global Drug Consumption 36. Prevention 37. Protection 38. Compliance 39. Assurance 40. Conclusions 41. References PART IV: SECURITY AND MEXICO'S SOUTHERN BORDER: POST-WESTPHALIAN GOVERNANCE?; Laura González-Murphy 42. Introduction 43. Security Governance and Mexico's Southern Border 44. Mexico's Southern Conflict Arena 45. Theoretical Application: Four Policy Approaches 46. Pursuing Integrated Response-Security Governance 47. Prevention: Conflict Prevention and Institution-building 48. Compellence: Conflict Resolution Efforts 49. Protection: Internal Security Policies Against External Threats 50. Assurance- post-conflict Reconstruction and Confidence-building Measures 51. Conclusion: State Control vs Collective Action 52. References PART V: MEXICO'S TWIN-BORDER BEAST: STATE SATURATED?; Imtiaz Hussain 53. Introduction: Soft Threats an Border Comparisons 54. Expansive Threats and Aligning Borders: Problem-supply Boom 55. Migration: Janus-faced Monster? 56. Drug-trafficking 57. Cartel Competition 58. Corruption 59. Gangs: Unholy Alliance Partner 60. Arms-smuggling 61. Money-laundering and Remittances 62. Policy-supply and the Widening Gap 63. Illegal Migration 64. Drug-trafficking and Cartel Competition 65. Corruption 66. Mexico's Two Borders in Theoretical Perspectives 67. Governance Model Assessed 68. Kirchner-Sperling Policy Functions 69. Kirchner-Sperling Policy ImplicationS 70. References PART VI: ILLEGAL MEXICAN-CANADIAN INTERTWININGS: A CRYING GAME?; Imtiaz Hussain 71. Problem 72. Cocaine Supply 73. Policy Supply 74. Protection 75. Assurance 76. Compellence 77. Preventive 78. Theoretical Placement 79. References PART VII: CONCLUSIONS: SECURITY GOVERNANCE AS HOSTAGE? EXPLOSIVE POLICY DEMANDS AND SUPPLY SHORTAGE; Imtiaz Hussain and Jorge A. Schiavon 80. Introduction: Back to Square One? 81. Findings: Empirical 82. Findings: Theoretical 83. Implications: Digging Theoretically Deeper
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