Panama's farewell to (American) arms

Robinson, Linda; Whitelaw, Kevin; Newman, Richard J.
August 1999
U.S. News & World Report;08/09/99, Vol. 127 Issue 6, p32
Discusses the effect on the drug trade caused by the withdrawal of United States troops from Panama, as required by the 1977 Panama Canal treaty. Movement of troops from bases in Panama to bases in Aruba, Curacao, and Ecuador; Comparison of abilities to track drug-traffickers; Predictions of effect on the drug-trade.


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