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Drug Control: U.S. Drug Interdiction Issues in Latin America (Testimony, 10/07/94, GAO/T-NSIAD-95-32).

This testimony discusses the impact in Peru of the May 1994 U.S. decision to stop sharing with some countries real-time detection and monitoring information that could be used to shoot down civilian aircraft suspected of transporting illegal drugs. GAO also discusses its past reviews of drug interdiction.

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REPORTNUM: T-NSIAD-95-32 TITLE: Drug Control: U.S. Drug Interdiction Issues in Latin America DATE: 10/07/94 SUBJECT: Drug trafficking Law enforcement Defense operations Air transportation operations Intelligence gathering operations Federal aid to foreign countries Federal aid for criminal justice Foreign governments International relations Information dissemination operations IDENTIFIER: Peru Colombia Latin America


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