The Politics of Organized Crime Regulation in Latin America


Based on extensive fieldwork in Argentina and Brazil, including close to 200 interviews, it focuses on why and how state actors—particularly politicians and the previously little-studied police—confront, negotiate with, or extract rents from drug traffickers in Latin American cities. In spite of national drug control legislation, he finds significant variation in drug enforcement at the subnational level.


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