Confronting the Perilous Threats of Organized Crime and Energy Dependence
The closing chapter calls attention to the two major democracy-eroding threats facing all the states in the region: (1) drug-related crime and organized crime and (2) the continual deficit in energy resources. The Caribbean facing these challenges will have to reengage its best traditions of responsible, transparent government. It will also have to moderate its pride in national sovereignty as it appeals to the international community for help in facing crises of a global nature.
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