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War against smuggling.

War against smuggling.

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Published by Directorate of Advertising and Visual Publicity, Ministry of I & B, Govt. of India in Delhi .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsIndia. Directorate of Advertising and Visual Publicity.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCS 98/04649 (H)
The Physical Object
Pagination12 p. ;
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL412407M
LC Control Number98114616

China’s War on Smuggling is a well-researched and finely written first book by a historian well-versed in modern Chinese history as well as smuggling and state-building in a wider range of historical contexts. The book describes a century-long interaction between state efforts in China to regulate, tax, and constrain commercial circulation and activities by professional and petty smugglers. His book, Drug Addicts are Human Beings, sees the whole drug war coming. Amongst other things he says — and I’m paraphrasing again, the exact words are quoted in my book — ‘If we continue with this policy for the next 50 years, 50 years from now we’ll have .

Coastal smuggling has been a thorny problem for successive governments in modern China. But, while smuggling might have operated on the margins of the law, it was far from marginal in driving important historical changes. Introducing his new book, Philip Thai explores how campaigns against smuggling transformed everyday economic life and amplified state power, thereby offering. This is the story of Skip Steele and the Cannabis Crew, a team of early pioneers of the Caribbean cannabis smuggling trade in the late ’s and throughout the decade of the ’s. Skip and his partners were an unlikely and intrepid group of Air Force Academy Officers, who, having been disillusioned by the atrocities of the Vietnam War, joined forces with a group of surfers and watermen.

Books shelved as drug-trafficking: The Cobra by Frederick Forsyth, Orange Is the New Black by Piper Kerman, The Cartel by Don Winslow, The Queen of the S. The climate of war that framed the journey of Elizabeth White, Kate and Betsie Ball, and Annie Hempstone into Union territory to obtain supplies was one of increasing desperation for the Confederacy. The women’s illicit crossing of the Potomac from Virginia to Maryland coincided with a renewed burst of fighting on the border.


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Historians of modern China should also find China’s War on Smuggling a valuable addition to existing scholarship on the century of war and revolution since the mid-nineteenth century. First, the book challenges the revolution-centered narrative of modern China by highlighting the continuities in state-building in the late Qing, the Republic.

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The United States of America is the world’s most feared policeman against the smuggling of drugs, immigrants, intellectual property, and other illicitly trafficked items. Knygnesiai, or book carriers, would conceal their illegal wares in sacks or covered wagons, and deliver the goods at night to safe houses across Lithuania.

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