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Patriots and profiteers


R.T. Naylor demonstrates that economic warfare fails almost everywhere it is attempted, and that even when it succeeds, it has consequences that are not only unintended, but also frequently the precise opposite of their advertised result. For instance, embargoes drove Cuba into the awkward embrace of the Soviet Union. Everywhere that economic pressures have been used to either replace or augment military actions, the result has been confusion leading to criminality. From east to west, from before WWI to the recent confrontations with Pakistan, Bosnia, and Iraq, the legacy of economic warfare has been money laundering, gun-running, drug smuggling, and evasion of the rule of law. Naylor’s approach is at once epic and anecdotal. His survey is populated by a bizarre underworld of warriors and smugglers, gangsters and spies, whose singular careers would be comic if they weren’t absolutely real.

Artikelnummer: 23004 Categorie: Tags: , ,
Subtitel: Economic warfare, embargo busting, and state-sponsored crime 2nd edition
Auteur: Naylor, R.T.
Jaar: 2008
ISBN: 9780773535742
Pagina's: 500
Taal: English
Uitgever: McGill-Queen's University Press
Uitgever stad: Montreal, Quebec
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