Drug Policy

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This report provides an overview of the drug flows in the Americas and U.S. antidrug assistance programs in the region. It also raises some policy issues for Congress to consider as it exercises oversight of U.S. antidrug programs and policies in the Western Hemisphere.

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This report provides an overview of U.S. relations with Latin America and the Caribbean and focuses on the role of Congress and congressional concerns.

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This report deals with broader issues in U.S. relations with the Caribbean and
does not include an extensive discussion of Haiti and Cuba

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2007 update on the activities of Mexico's major Drug Trafficking Organizations.

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The Congress has expressed concern with respect to a number of Colombia related issues including human rights, the aerial eradication of illicit drug crops, interdiction programs, the situation of U.S. hostages, and funding levels for Plan Colombia.

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This report focuses on the interactions between Mexico and the United States on migration and border issues during the administrations of President George W. Bush and President Vicente Fox of Mexico.

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We recommend that Defense and Homeland Security (1) plan for likely declines in interdiction assets and (2) develop measures with ONDCP to better assess interdiction operations

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A general update on US-Mexico relations containing descriptions of existing initiatives and pressing concerns.

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We recommend that the Secretary of State establish performance measures for the ABD program that include benchmarks and timeframes. We also recommend that the Secretary of State encourage Colombia to (1) seek ways to more actively involve the police in A

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The cost of an increased DOD role to help achieve operational control over the southwest land border is determined largely by the legal status and mission of military personnel being used, specifically whether military personnel are responding under Title 32 or Title 10 of the United States Code.

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