Drug Control

U.S. Counterdrug Activities in Central America Gao ID: T-NSIAD-94-251 August 2, 1994

The supply of illegal drugs reaching the United States via Central America continues virtually uninterrupted despite years of U.S. drug interdiction efforts. Traffickers are now using sea and overland routes to move drugs, and the ability of Central American nations to combat the problem remains limited due to a variety of factors, including lack of resources and government corruption.

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