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類別: 史地‧法律‧政治>其他
叢書系列:NEXT
作者:摩伊希斯‧奈姆
       Moises Naim
譯者:吳國卿
出版社:時報文化
出版日期:2006年09月18日
定價:320 元
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開本:25開/平裝/304頁
ISBN:9571345377

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Altered States

27 [“Failed states”] Robert Rotberg, ed., When States Fail: Causes and Consequences (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2004); Francis Fukuyama,
State-Building: Governance and World Order in the Twenty-first Century (Ithaca, NY; Cornell University Press, 2004).

27–28 [Bouterse relatives] Ivan Cairo, “Eight Nabbed in Joint Suriname-Holland Anti–Drug and Money Laundering Operation,” Caribbean Net News, March 4, 2005.

28 [Tajikistan] “Tajikistan: Stemming the Heroin Tide,” IRINews.org. UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. http://www.irinnews.org/
webspecials/opium/regTaj.asp

28 [On Vladimiro Montesinos] John McMillan and Pablo Zoido, “How to Subvert Democracy: Montesinos in Peru,” Journal of Economic Perspectives 18, no. 4 (fall 2004): pp. 69–92; author interview with Roberto Danino, former prime minister of Peru, November 2004, Washington, DC.

28 [British intelligence] Author interview with senior agent, UK M16, London, January 20, 2004.

29 [Fifty regions of little or no government control] “The Worldwide Threat 2004: Challenges in a Changing Global Context,” testimony of Director of Central Intelligence George J. Tenet before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, February 24, 2004, Washington, DC.

29 [FARC drug trade revenues] “Las FARC ganaron $783 millones por droga en el 2003,” El Nuevo Herald (Miami), March 8, 2003, based on an Agence France-Presse dispatch.

29 [Al-Qaeda diamond deals] Douglas Farah, Blood from Stones: The Secret Financial Network of Terror (New York: Broadway Books, 2004), pp. 47–62.

The New Entrepreneurs

30–31 [Post-Soviet entrepreneurs and background in gaming the system] Phil Williams, ed., Russian Organized Crime: The New Threat (London: Frank Cass Publishers, 1997); Alena V. Ledeneva and Marina Kurkchiyan, eds., Economic Crime in Russia (New York: Kluwer Law International, 2000); Chrystia Free-land, Sale of the Century: Russia’s Wild Ride from Communism To Capitalism (New York: Times Books, 2000); David Satter, Darkness at Dawn: The Rise of the Russian Criminal State (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2004).

Underworld No Longer

32 [Baginski] Author interview with Maureen A. Baginski, executive assistant director, Office of Intelligence, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, DC, November 17, 2004.

33 [Wal-Mart accused in 2003] “Wal-Mart Pays $11M to Settle Illegal Immigrant Janitors Case,” USA Today and Associated Press, March 18, 2003.

CHAPTER 3: SMALL ARMS AND LOOSE NUKES

38–41 [A. Q. Khan network] “A Tale of Nuclear Proliferation: How a Pakistani Built His Network,” New York Times, February 12, 2004, p. A1; Stephen Fidler and Victoria Burnett, “The Nuclear Entrepreneur: ‘Khan’s Network Shows Ter-rorists Have a Lot More Options Than We Thought,’ ” Financial Times, April 7, 2004.

38 [“Father of islamic bomb” and popularity in Pakistan] Anthony Barnett, “Revealed: How Pakistan Fuels Nuclear Arms Race,” The Observer, January 18, 2004, p. 24; “Sold,” The Economist, February 7, 2004.

38–39 [Gulf Technical Industries, Paul Griffin, capture of BBC China, KRL stickers] Owen Bowcott, Ian Traynor, John Aglionby, and Suzanne Goldenberg, “Briton Key Suspect in Nuclear Ring,” The Guardian, February 12, 2004, p. 1.

39 [BSA Tahir, Scomi, SMB Computers] Raymond Bonner, “Salesman on Nuclear Circuit Casts Blurry Corporate Shadow,” New York Times, February 18, 2004, p. A1.

40 [Khan’s dealings with Iran, Iraq, Libya, and North Korea] Ian Traynor, “Pakistan’s Nuclear Hero Throws Open Pandora’s Box,” The Guardian, January 31, 2004, p. 16; William J. Broad and David E. Sanger, “Warhead Blueprints Link Libya Project To Pakistan Figure,” New York Times, February 4, 2004, p. A1; Stephen Fidler and Victoria Burnett, “Pakistan’s ‘Rogue Nuclear Scientist’: What Did Khan’s Government Know about His Deals?” Financial Times, April 6, 2004, p. 17.

40 [Chinese and “Good Looks” anecdotes] Joby Warrick and Peter Slevin, “Libyan Arms Designs Traced Back To China,” Washington Post, February 15, 2004, p. A1.

40 [A. Q. Khan compared to Hitler and Stalin] Michael Hirsch and Sarah Shafer, “Black Market Nukes,” Newsweek, February 23, 2004.

40–41 [Humayun Khan] David S. Cloud, “US Says Banned Technology Went to Pakistan and India,” New York Times, April 9, 2005.

Strictly Business

43 [Khan wealth and lifestyle] Francoise Chipaux, “L’inquietant Dr. Khan,” Le Monde, February 20, 2004; “Business in Timbuktu,” The News International (Pakistan), February 1, 2004; Stephen Fidler and Victoria Burnett, “Animal Lover, Egotist, and National Hero,” Financial Times, April 7, 2004.

45 [9/11 commissioner] Author interview with 9/11 Commission member, Washington, DC, January 24, 2005.

45 [Haqqani] Author interview with Husain Haqqani, Washington, DC, September 16, 2004.

Up for Anything

45–50 This section draws on the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), Making a Killing: The Business of War (Washington, DC: Center for Public Integrity, 2003).

46–47 [Minin section] Ibid., Chapter 10, pp. 134–42.

47–48 [On Monsieur] Ibid., Chapter 9, pp. 124–33.

48–50 [On Bout] Ibid., Chapter 11, pp. 143–56 (including “merchant of death” coinage); Peter Landesman, “Arms and the Man,” New York Times Magazine, August 17, 2003; PBS Frontline World, May 2002, online at
http://www.pbs.org/frontlineworld/stories/sierraleone/bout.html

48 [Khartoum “green boxes”] Brian Johnson-Thomas, “Anatomy of a Shady Deal,” Chapter 1, in Lora Lumpe, ed., Running Guns: The Global Black Market in Small Arms (London: Zed Books, 2000), p. 21.

49 [Ruprah arrest and Bout Taliban/al-Qaeda connections] Douglas Farah, “Arrest Aids Pursuit of Weapons Network,” Washington Post, February 26, 2002, p. A1; “On the Trail of a Man behind Taliban’s Air Fleet,” Los Angeles Times, May 19, 2002, p. A1.

49 [Trailing Bout in Moscow] Stephen Smith, “On the Trail of the Elusive Victor Bout,” Guardian Weekly, April 17, 2002, originally published as “L’insaisissable Victor Bout,” Le Monde, March 26, 2002; “Russian Businessman Wanted by Belgians Turns Up in Moscow Radio Studio,” BBC Monitoring online report of Ekho Moskvy radio, February 28, 2002.

50 [Bout role in U.S.-Iraq logistics subcontracting] Mark Huband, Andrew Parker, and Mark Turner, “UK Snubs France over Arms Trafficker: Bid to Help Dealer Linked To Coalition Avoid Sanctions,” Financial Times, May 17, 2004, p. 1; Michael Scherer, “Dealing with the Merchant of Death,” Mother Jones, September 20, 2004; Stephen Braun, Judy Pasternak, and T. Christian Miller, “Blacklisted Russian Tied To Iraq Deals,” Los Angeles Times, December 14, 2004, p. A1.

A Middleman’s Dream

50–51 [Production of small arms] The leading source on small arms and light weapons is the annual Small Arms Survey (Geneva: Graduate Institute of International Studies). See specifically Small Arms Survey 2003: Development Denied, Chapter 1, “Workshops and Factories: Products and Producers,” pp. 8–56; Small Arms Survey 2004: Rights at Risk, Chapter 1, “Continuity and Change: Products and Producers,” pp. 6–41.

51 [Small arms industry recomposing] Small Arms Survey 2003, p. 15.

51 [Number and scope of firms involved in small arms production] Small Arms Survey 2003, Chapter 1; Pete Abel, “Manufacturing Trends: Globalising the Source,” in Lumpe, Running Guns, pp. 81–104; on Heckler & Koch, pp. 89–96.

51 [1,249 small arms producers in 2003] Small Arms Survey 2004, p. 10.

52 [Darra Adam Khel] Raymond Bonner, “When It’s Business, the City Sticks To Its Guns,” New York Times, April 11, 2002.

52 [Ghana] Small Arms Survey 2003, pp. 29–32; Emmanuel Kwesi Aning and Nicholas Florquin, “Ghana’s Secret Arms Industry,” Jane’s Intelligence Review, December 2004, p. 7.

52 [Central and Eastern Europe small arms industry] Small Arms Survey 2003, pp. 39–49.

52 [2001 imports to the United States] Small Arms Survey 2003, p. 39.

52 [European gun brokers] Lumpe, Running Guns, pp. 131–32.

52 [“Refuges for rogue brokers”] Small Arms Survey 2003, p. 119.

53 [Illicit arms deliveries to Liberia] United Nations Security Council, Report of the Panel of Experts Appointed Pursuant To Security Council Resolution 1395 (2002), Paragraph 4, in Relation to Liberia, S/2002/470, April 19, 2002, pp. 15–23; United Nations Security Council, Report of the Panel of Experts Appointed Pursuant To Security Council Resolution 1408 (2002), Paragraph 26, Concerning Liberia, S/2002/1115, October 25, 2002, pp. 16–29; United Nations Security Council, Report of the Panel of Experts Appointed Pursuant To Security Council Resolution 1408 (2002), Paragraph 16, Concerning Liberia, S/2002/498, April 24, 2003, pp. 19–33; United Nations Security Council, Report of the Panel of Experts Appointed Pursuant To Security Council Resolution 1478 (2003), Paragraph 25, Concerning Liberia, S/2003/937, October 28, 2003, pp. 23–29.

53–54 [Nonstate groups who are known to have MANPADs] Small Arms Survey 2004, chapter 3, “Big Issue, Big Problem? MANPADS,” p. 89.

53 [Portable missile launchers produced, in stock, and missing, worldwide and in Iraq] Small Arms Survey 2004, pp. 83–89 (the SAS cites reports suggesting there are 500,000 MANPADs in existence, but argues that these are likely overestimates, and that the real number is 100,000); Dana Priest and Bradley Graham, “Missing Antiaircraft Missiles Alarm Aides,” Washington Post, November 7, 2004, p. A24; U.S. Government Accounting Office, Nonproliferation: Further Improvements Needed to Counter Threats from Man-Portable Air Defense Systems, May 2004.