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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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CHAPTER 9: WHAT ARE GOVERNMENTS DOING?

175 [Border tour] Jason Peckenpaugh, “Under One Roof,” Government Executive, May 1, 2003, at GovExec.com.; see http://www.govexec.com/features/ 0503/HSs3.htm

175–76 [DHS and ICE] Michael Crowley, “Playing Defense,” New Republic, March 15, 2004; Jason Peckenpaugh, “Under One Roof,” and Jason Peckenpaugh, “The Ties that Bind,” Government Executive, November 15, 2003, at GovExec.com; see http://www.govexec.com/features/1103/1103s4.htm; Hector Gutierrez, “Shoring Up Borders, and a Reputation,” Rocky Mountain News, August 26, 2004, p. 26A; Jerry Seper, “ICE Embraces Role in Homeland Security,” Washington Times, September 13, 2004, p. A3.

176–77 [DHS integration issues] Peckenpaugh, “Ties that Bind.”177 [Disagreement over guns] Crowley, “Playing Defense.”177 [Detention centers] “Turner Says Security Gaps along Border Imperil Nation,”Lufkin Daily News, September 9, 2004.

177 [Unsure of own job, others] Peckenpaugh, “Ties that Bind”; Crowley, “Playing Defense.”

177 [Name and badges] Crowley, “Playing Defense”; Jason Peckenpaugh, “DHS Agency to Keep Its Name,” GovExec.com, June 25, 2004, see http://www.govexec.com/dailyfed/0604/062504p1.htm; Michelle Malkin, “Homeland Insecurity Files,” June 28, 2004, at MichelleMalkin.com. http://michellemalkin.com/archives/2004_06.htm.

177 [“I used to lose sleep . . . ”] Author interview with senior customs official, Washington, DC, April 6, 2004.

178 [Child pornography operation and “revamped INS” quote] Peckenpaugh, “Ties that Bind.”

“It Can’t Be Done”

178 [Russia drug agency] Susan Glasser, “Russian Drug Unit Criticized over Dubious Tactics, Priorities,” Washington Post, September 22, 2004, p. A20.

179 [Glenn A. Fine report] U.S. Department of Justice. Office of the Inspector General. “The Internal Effects of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Reprioritization,” Audit Report 04–39, September 2004. 179 [Porter Goss concerns] James McKinley Jr., “Terror Fears Grow over U.S. Borders,” New York Times, March 23, 2005.

179–80 [Annual border traffic] Ted Carlson, “Eye in the Sky,” Flight Journal, June 2004.

180 [Hutchings] Author interview with Robert Hutchings, chairman, U.S. National Intelligence Council, CIA, Airlie, Virginia, October 1, 2004.

Analysts, Agents, Enforcers

180 [Studies of bureaucracy] James Q. Wilson, Bureaucracy: What Government Agencies Do and Why They Do It (New York: Basic Books, 1989); Ali Farazmand, ed., Modern Systems of Government: Exploring the Role of Bureaucrats and Politicians (New York: Sage Publications, 1997).

181 [U.S. police forces and 18,000 figure] Thomas O’Connor, “Police Structure of the United States,” online at http://faculty.ncwc.edu/toconnor/polstruct.htm

182–83 [Ridge] Tom Ridge, “Global Security Depends on Joint Action,” Financial Times, January 13, 2005.

183 [U.S. agent in Russia] Author interview, Moscow, September 16, 2003.

Illicit, Illegal, Ill-Defined

184 [Lifting assault weapons ban in U.S. 2004] “On Guard, America,” New York Times, September 11, 2004, p. A14.

184 [Pastrana] Author interview with Andres Pastrana, president of Colombia, 1998–2002; Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, December 2004.

184 [U.S. states and drivers licenses to illegal immigrants] “On Guard, America,” New York Times, February 15, 2005, p. A18.

184 [Smuggling sentences] [Coyotes] U.S. General Accounting Office Report To Congressional Committees, “Alien Smuggling,” May 2000; [Drug traffickers] Karen Gullo, “Federal Drug Charges Rise,” Associated Press, August 19, 2001.

Working Together: Hard but Necessary

186–87 [History of “transnational crime”] David Feslen and Akis Kalaitzidis, “A Historical Overview of Transnational Crime,” Chapter 1, in Philip Riedel, ed., Handbook of Transnational Crime and Justice.

187–88 [On use of treaties and conventions] Matti Joutsen, “International Instruments on Cooperation in Responding To Transnational Crime,” Chapter 13, in Riedel, ed., Handbook of Transnational Crime and Justice.

Cops against Borders

188 [Man from Interpol TV show] “Danzingers, The Man from Interpol,” online at http://www.78rpm.co.uk/tvi.htm; Austin Powell, “The Man from Interpol,” JazzProfessional.com, online at http://www.jazzprofessional.com/memorial/ Crombie_Interpol.htm

188–89 [Origins of Interpol] Mathieu Deflem, “ ‘Wild Beasts without Nationality’: The Uncertain Origins of Interpol, 1898–1910,” Chapter 14, in Riedel, ed., Handbook of Transnational Crime and Justice.

189 [Interpol history] www.interpol.int, and “The Secret History of Interpol,” Fast Company web exclusive, September 1, 2002, online at http://www.fastcompany.com/articles/2002/09/interpol.html

Interpol or Minipol?

190–92 [Interpol, Ron Noble] www.interpol.int; Chuck Salter, “Terrorists Strike Fast ...Interpol Has to Move Faster . . . Ron Noble Is on the Case,” Fast Company, no. 63, October 2002, p. 96; “The Man from Interpol,” interview with Peter Nevitt, Interpol IS director, CIO Magazine, June 15, 2000, online at http://www.cio.com/archive/061500/interpol.html; Maggie Paine, “The World’s Top Cop,” UNH Magazine (University of New Hampshire), winter 2002; online at http://unhmagazine.unh.edu/w02/noblelw02.html

192 [Russia drug squad] Glasser “Russian Drug Unit . . .”

192 [Mexico federales corruption and conflict] Richard Boudreaux, “Once Superheroes, Mexico’s Elite Police Fall from Grace,” Los Angeles Times, December 17, 2004, p. A1.

Success . . . and Its Limits

192–93 [Operation Candy Box] Buffalo bust: “NAAUSA in Congress: USA Patriot Act, Section 213: Delayed Notice B Rep. Otter Amendment,” National Association of Assistant United States Attorneys. Online at: http://www.naausa.org/ congress/patriot.htm; “Drug Empire Smashed,” Ottawa Sun, April 1, 2004; DEA summary online at http://www.usdoj.gov/dea/major/candybox/

193 [Operation Streamline] “DEA Disrupts Colombian Drug Ring,” DEA website, January 16, 2004, at http://www.usdoj.gov/dea/pubs/states/newsrel/mia011604.html

193–94 [Operation Decollo] “Calabrian Mafia Dismantled in Operation ‘Decollo’ (Take-Off),” DEA website, January 28, 2004, at http://www.usdoj.gov/dea/pubs/pressrel/pr012804.html

194 [Operation United Eagles] “Major Cartel Lieutenants Arrested in Mexico,” DEA website, June 7, 2004, at http://www.usdoj.gov/dea/major/united_eagles; Robert J. Caldwell, “Winning the Long Battle against the Tijuana Cartel,” San Diego Union-Tribune, June 20, 2004.

194 [Togolese tugboat seizure] “Importante saisie de cocaine au large du Ghana,” Agence France-Presse dispatch, July 7, 2004.

194–95 [Bolton] John Bolton, “An All-Out War on Proliferation,” Financial Times, September 6, 2004.

195–96 [FATF near-death experience] Wechsler, “Follow the Money”; Edward Aldin and Michael Peel, “U.S. May Ease Stance over Money Laundering,” Financial Times, June 1, 2001, p. 12; David Ignatius, “The Tax Cheats’ Friends,” Washington Post, April 29, 2001, p. B7; George Lardner, “O’Neill Targets Tax Havens,” Washington Post, July 19, 2001, p. E13; “Banking on Secrecy,” Time, October 22, 2001; Doug Cameron and Canute James, “Caribbean Governments Seek Global Forum on Tax Haven Issue,” Financial Times, February 26, 2001, p. 8.

Labor of Love

196–98 [Chirolla] Author interview with Maria Cristina Chirolla, December 2004; “Wide Angle: An Honest Citizen” (documentary film), Thirteen/WNET for PBS, premiered September 16, 2004; Angus MacQueen, “The White Stuff,” The Guardian, January 9, 2005; Maria Cristina Chirolla, “Personal Reflections: Relieving Pain and Suffering in Colombia: One Regulator’s Journey,” Innovations in End-of-Life Care 5, no. 1, January 27, 2003 (January–February 2003).

CHAPTER 10: CITIZENS VS. CRIMINALS

199–200 [Merbau Trade and EIA bust] Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) and Telapak, “The Last Frontier: Illegal Logging in Papua and China’s Massive Timber Theft,” February 2005.

200–01 [Svay Pak] “Children for Sale: Dateline Goes Undercover with a Human Rights Group to Expose Sex Trafficking in Cambodia,” MSNBC.com, January 30, 2004; “Cambodian Police Close Dozens of Child-Sex Brothels,” Independent, January 25, 2003; “The Skin Trade: High-Profile Investigations into Pedophilia Are Headline News,” Independent, January 22, 2003; Mark Baker, “A Sick Trade Flourishes,” The Age, July 13, 2002; “Cambodian Brothels under Threat,” BBC News Online, July 5, 2003; Christopher St. John, “Trafficking’s Lasting Limbo: Former Sex Workers Face Slow Repatriation, Recovery,” Cambodia Daily, December 13–14, 2003; “Cambodia Shuts Down Red-Light District,” BBC News Online, January 23, 2003.

201 [International Justice Mission] Maggie Jones, “Thailand’s Brothel Busters,” Mother Jones, November–December 2003, p. 19; “Weblog: International Justice Mission Gets Notice and Results,” Christianity Today, January 27, 2004; Henry Hoenig, “U.S. Group Battles Trade in SE Asia: Christian Organization Gets Federal Funds,” San Francisco Chronicle, May 11, 2004, p. A1.

Day of the Advocates

202–04 [Rise of international civil society activism in the 1990s] See, for instance, Margaret Keck and Kathryn Sikkink, Activists Beyond Borders: Advocacy Networks in International Politics (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1998); Thomas Carothers, “Think Again: Civil Society,” Foreign Policy, winter 1999–2000, pp. 18–24; Nicanor Perlas, “Civil Society: The Third Global Power,” INFO 3 (Germany), April 2001.

205 [AFESIP and IJM friction] Hoenig, “U.S. Group Battles Trade in SE Asia,”

205 [Solidarity Center] “Migration and Trafficking,” Solidarity Center. Online at http://www.solidaritycenter.org/our_programs/counter_trafficking/

205 [Dispute between Angel Coalition and pro-liberalization groups that it suspected of being fronts] Donna M. Hughes, “Prostitution in Russia,” National Review online, November 21, 2002.

Selling the Issue

206 [Small arms survey] Small Arms Survey 2004: Rights at Risk (Geneva: Graduate Institute of International Studies, 2004).

206 [Viva Rio] “Brazilian Gun Buyback Exceeds Expectations,” Associated Press, December 23, 2004.

206 [Russia, Angel Coalition helps draft antitrafficking law] “Bill Makes Human Trafficking a Crime,” Moscow Times, February 19, 2003; Nabi Abdullaev, “Ministry Bemoans Problems of Fighting the Sex Trade,” Moscow Times, August 28, 2002.

206–07 [Harm Reduction approach] James A. Inciardi and Lana D. Harrison, eds., Harm Reduction: National and International Perspectives (New York: Sage Publications, 2000), and Harm Reduction Journal, a journal on all aspects of minimizing the adverse effects of psychoactive drugs, at www.harmreductionjournal.com

207 [Ethan Nadelmann and Drug Policy Alliance] Jacob Sullum, “Mind Alteration: Drug-Policy Scholar Ethan Nadelmann on Turning People against Drug Prohibition,” ReasonOnline, 1994. Online at http://reason.com/Nadelman.shtml