This book addresses the challenge of international narcotics control by applying "the Manwaring paradigm." The paradigm is the basis for an improved strategy and theory of engagement for weak governments of the developing world, built around the concept of the "gray area phenomenon."
Table of Contents
Part One: Background 1. The New World Disorder: Governability and Development 2. The New "Bad Guys": Exploring the Parameters of the Violent New World Order Part Two: Key Strategic Considerations for the Gray Area Phenomenon 3. Beyond the Cold War: Toward a Theory of Engagement to Confront the Gray Area Phenomenon 4. The Umbrella of Legitimacy 5. Constructing a Financial Enforcement Regime to Reallocate Assets from the "Bad Guys" to the "Good Guys," 6. Achieving the Elusive Unity of Effort 7. Strategy for Conflict Control: An Object Suspended Between Three Political-Military Magnets Part Three: Implications for Policy and Strategy 8. Beyond the Cold War: An Overview and Lessons 9. Rubik's Cube, Manwaring's Paradigm for Gray Area Phenomenon, and a New Strategy for International Narcotics Control