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Warlords, Inc.: Black Markets, Broken States, and the Rise of the Warlord…

by noah Raford

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"A cutting-edge examination of new types of political actors who emerge in a world of drug cartels and transnational criminal organizations. Leading experts chart the changing geopolitical landscape as the world's elaborate but fragile political systems become increasingly vulnerable to breakdown and deliberate disruption"--… (more)

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