International Organized Crime Strategy.
Strategy research rept.,
ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
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International Organized Crime permeates all aspects of the national security interests as stated in President Clintons May 1998 International Organized Crime Strategy IOC. The extent of influence of the IOC in domestic matters, terrorist support and illegal commerce to include the sale of materials for Weapons of Mass Destruction and illegal drugs to the financing of unaligned nations has grown exponentially in the last ten years constituting an enemy threat. Utilizing the tools of war to augment the Presidents policy including mobilizing the will of the people and the use of the military are options. This project will discuss the current environment, explore strategy enhancements and suggest ways and means of mobilizing the will of the people and the effective use of the military.
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