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Does US Anti-Drug Policies Induce Foreign Country Cooperation in Bi-lateral Drug Interdiction? An Empirical Assessment of the Caribbean Basin
Unformatted Document Text:  SHIRKERS AND DRUG RUNNERS: The intuitive and counter-intuitive consequence of US drug policy towards transit countries By Horace A. Bartilow * Kihong Eom University of Kentucky Department of Political Science 1615 Patterson Office Tower Lexington, KY 40506-0027 * Horace Bartilow is an Associate Professor and Kihong Eom holds a Post doctorate in the Department of Political Science at the University of Kentucky. The authors would like to thank Ivelaw Griffith, R.T. Naylor, Stuart Kaufmann, Matt Gabel and Charles Davis for comments on earlier drafts of the manuscript. The authors would also like to thank officials from the US Coast Guard, the Drug Enforcement Agency and the Organization of American States who provided advice and shared valuable data. We also thank the agents (who whish to remain anonymous) from the DEA’s special investigation division who took the time to discuss with us the policy constraints and complexities of the DEA’s mission. The views that are expressed in this article are the sole responsibility of the authors. E-mail addresses: ## email not listed ## (Bartilow) and ## email not listed ## (Eom).

Authors: Bartilow, Horace. and Eom, Kihong.
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SHIRKERS AND DRUG RUNNERS:
The intuitive and counter-intuitive consequence of US drug policy towards transit
countries




By




Horace A. Bartilow
*
Kihong Eom
University of Kentucky
Department of Political Science
1615 Patterson Office Tower
Lexington, KY 40506-0027







*
Horace Bartilow is an Associate Professor and Kihong Eom holds a Post doctorate in the Department of
Political Science at the University of Kentucky. The authors would like to thank Ivelaw Griffith, R.T.
Naylor, Stuart Kaufmann, Matt Gabel and Charles Davis for comments on earlier drafts of the manuscript.
The authors would also like to thank officials from the US Coast Guard, the Drug Enforcement Agency and
the Organization of American States who provided advice and shared valuable data. We also thank the
agents (who whish to remain anonymous) from the DEA’s special investigation division who took the time
to discuss with us the policy constraints and complexities of the DEA’s mission. The views that are
expressed in this article are the sole responsibility of the authors. E-mail addresses:
## email not listed ##
(Bartilow) and
## email not listed ##
(Eom).


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