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The Triple Frontier by Marc Cameron

Title The Triple Frontier
Author Marc Cameron
Publisher Pinnacle Books
Release Date 2018-05-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 112
ISBN 9780786042739
Language English, Spanish, and French
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New York Times Bestselling Author of Field of Fire and Tom Clancy Power and Empire and Tom Clancy Oath of Office VENGEANCE HAS NO BORDERS It’s called the Triple Frontier—the volatile border zone between Paraguay, Brazil, and Argentina, one of the most lawless and deadly regions in the world. It’s a corrupt sanctuary where drug lords, Middle Eastern terrorists, slave traders, and dozens of other violent gangs operate with little or no interference from the law. For special agent Jericho Quinn, it’s the crossroads of hell. Especially when his younger brother Bo gets caught in the fire. Enlisted to protect the son of an IT mogul on a South American trip, Bo and his crew disappear after being kidnapped by a ruthless cartel. Jericho amasses a cartel of his own to take on the most vicious criminals on earth—far from home, without U.S. government sanction, and without mercy. Mess with the bull, you get the horns. Jericho Quinn style. Praise for the novels of Marc Cameron “Action-packed. Bloodbaths, explosions, treachery, and mayhem on a grand scale.” —Publishers Weekly “Fascinating characters with action off-the-charts. Masterful.”—Steve Berry “Blistering reads . . . Cameron’s books are riveting page-turners.” —Mark Greaney #1 New York Times bestselling author

Terrorism And The Triple Frontier by Heather A. Golding

Title Terrorism and the Triple Frontier
Author Heather A. Golding
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2002
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN OCLC:837714689
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Big Water by Jacob Blanc

Title Big Water
Author Jacob Blanc
Publisher University of Arizona Press
Release Date 2018-04-10
Category History
Total Pages 329
ISBN 9780816537143
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"A transnational approach to the history of a key Latin American border region"--Provided by publisher.

Sovereign Lives by Jenny Edkins

Title Sovereign Lives
Author Jenny Edkins
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2012-10-02
Category Political Science
Total Pages 280
ISBN 9781135937942
Language English, Spanish, and French
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For International Relations scholars, discussions of globalization inevitably turn to questions of sovereignty. How much control does a country have over its borders, people and economy? Where does that authority come from? Sovereign Lives explores these changes through reading of humanitarian intervention, human rights discourses, securitization, refugees, the fragmentation of identities and the practices of development.

I Am Still Alive by Kate Alice Marshall

Title I Am Still Alive
Author Kate Alice Marshall
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2018-07-24
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 336
ISBN 9780425290996
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"This tense wire of a novel thrums with suspense. . . . [this book] just might be the highlight of your summer.”–The New York Times Cheryl Strayed's Wild meets The Revenant in this heart-pounding story of survival and revenge in the unforgiving wilderness. After: Jess is alone. Her cabin has burned to the ground. She knows if she doesn’t act fast, the cold will kill her before she has time to worry about food. But she is still alive—for now. Before: Jess hadn’t seen her survivalist, off-the-grid dad in over a decade. But after a car crash killed her mother and left her injured, she was forced to move to his cabin in the remote Canadian wilderness. Just as Jess was beginning to get to know him, a secret from his past paid them a visit, leaving her father dead and Jess stranded. After: With only her father’s dog for company, Jess must forage and hunt for food, build shelter, and keep herself warm. Some days it feels like the wild is out to destroy her, but she’s stronger than she ever imagined. Jess will survive. She has to. She knows who killed her father…and she wants revenge.

Savage Frontier by Ieva Jusionyte

Title Savage Frontier
Author Ieva Jusionyte
Publisher Univ of California Press
Release Date 2015-06-05
Category Social Science
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9780520283510
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This highly original work of anthropology combines extensive ethnographic fieldwork and investigative journalism to explain how security is understood, experienced, and constructed along the Triple Frontera, the border region shared by Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay. One of the major "hot borders" in the Western Hemisphere, the Triple Frontera is associated with drug and human trafficking, contraband, money laundering, and terrorism. It's also a place where residents, particularly on the Argentine side, are subjected to increased governmental control and surveillance. How does a scholar tell a story about a place characterized by illicit international trading, rampant violence, and governmental militarization? Jusionyte inventively centered her ethnographic fieldwork on a community of journalists who investigate and report on crime and violence in the region. Through them she learned that a fair amount of petty, small-scale illicit trading goes unreported—a consequence of a community invested in promoting the idea that the border is a secure place that does not warrant militarized attention. The author's work demonstrates that while media is often seen as a powerful tool for spreading a sense of danger and uncertainty, sensationalizing crime and violence, and creating moral panics, journalists can actually do the opposite. Those who selectively report on illegal activities use the news to tell particular types of stories in an attempt to make their communities look and ultimately be more secure.

Title Migrants Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Latin America
Author Raanan Rein
Publisher BRILL
Release Date 2020-06-08
Category Religion
Total Pages 372
ISBN 9789004432246
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This volume focuses on Jewish, Arab, non-Latin European, Asian, and Latin American immigrants and their experiences in their “new” homes. Rejecting exceptionalist and homogenizing tendencies within immigration history, contributors advocate instead an approach that emphasizes the locally- and nationally-embedded nature of ethnic identification.

American Crossings by Maiah Jaskoski

Title American Crossings
Author Maiah Jaskoski
Publisher JHU Press
Release Date 2015-12-15
Category History
Total Pages 238
ISBN 9781421418308
Language English, Spanish, and French
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US Agencies at the Mexican Border were overwhelmed in 2014 as tens of thousands of unaccompanied children arrived from Central America. Unprepared to receive migrants of this particular kind, the US government deployed troops to carry out a new border mission: the feeding, care, and housing-of this wave of children. This event highlights the complex social, economic, and political issues that arise along international borders. In American Crossings, nine scholars consider the complicated modern history of borders in the Western Hemisphere, examining them as geopolitical boundaries, key locations for internal security, spaces for international-trade, and areas where national and community identities are defined.

The New Yorker by Anonim

Title The New Yorker
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2002
Category Literature
Total Pages 86
ISBN IND:30000085212003
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Triple Threat by Lee Boyland

Title Triple Threat
Author Lee Boyland
Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date 2016-04-07
Category
Total Pages 602
ISBN 153518616X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Once more bringing their limitless imaginations and creativity to the written page, Lee and Vista Boyland have penned Triple Threat-the second novel in their continuing saga of President George Alexander's Office of Analysis and Solutions' (OAS's) secret war against radical Islamic jihadists and international drug traffickers. Much lauded for writing a story that kept reviewers awake all night reading Pirates and Cartels, the Boylands again take the reader south of the border in this OAS sequel-this time to the South America's lawless Triple Frontier, the one-thousand square mile tri-border area where Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil's borders intersect at the Iguacu Falls spectacular cataracts. Covered by dense jungles riddled with hidden waterways-off shoots of the Iguazu and Parana rivers-the Triple Frontier provides the perfect place for narco cartels to set up large hidden drug labs with access to the smuggling trails leading from Bolivia and Columbia into Argentina and Brazil. Usama bin-Laden visited the area with its large Muslim population in 1995 and established a working relationship with Hizbollah, MS-13 and local drug lords. Now the area is also home to jihadi training camps. Camps that train fighters to speak Spanish and blend into local population as they make their way north toward the Great Satan. Martha Wellington, the DCI, had warned President Alexander about the Triple Frontier in previous novels. Now a jihadi team has been intercepted transporting two large containers of cesium-137 as they crossed into Arizona (Pirates and Cartels), and President Alexander realizes the Triple Frontier definitely poses a clear and present danger to the U.S. With Phase one of Operation Ninja successfully completed, the president plans to employ a similar strategy to eliminate the threat posed by the Triple Frontier. Romance is in the air as the OAS team takes some R&R to visit their families. Meanwhile, back in Albuquerque, Secretary Keese decides he needs a new ambassador in Brazil; and Alexander announces he's sending Teresa to South America to sell his plan to the presidents of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. But first she and Julian Taylor are sent to London to meet with MI5 and MI6. Joined by Ambassador at Large John Weldon, who is preparing for a meeting of world leaders to establish the replacement for the U.N. Teresa and Weldon visit the Foreign Secretary, and she and the supercilious old man have a major dust-up. A radical cleric in London sees the forthcoming U.N. replacement conference as an opportunity to kill the president of the Great Satan. After Teresa returns to Albuquerque, President Alexander sends her to Argentina where she will attempt to use her keen wit and unassuming yet alluring personality to convince each tri-border country's president to form an alliance with America. Some are not so easily charmed, and others will make plans to assassinate her. Teresa's two gal pals, the Terrible Two, are not available to accompany her, so she is forced to improvise. Readers of Boyland novels never know what new surprise or plot awaits them on the next page, and this story has plenty of action, betrayal and intrigue. Deltas, SEALs, Recon Marines and the Coast Guard share the action with the USAF."

Title Blackwood s Edinburgh Magazine
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1891
Category Scotland
Total Pages 86
ISBN UCAL:B5227872
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Washington Report on the Hemisphere
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2003
Category America
Total Pages 86
ISBN UVA:X006174660
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The Oxford Handbook of Borderlands of the Iberian World
Author Danna A. Levin Rojo
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2019-12-18
Category
Total Pages 928
ISBN 9780199341771
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This collaborative multi-authored volume integrates interdisciplinary approaches to ethnic, imperial, and national borderlands in the Iberian World (16th to early 19th centuries). It illustrates the historical processes that produced borderlands in the Americas and connected them to globalcircuits of exchange and migration in the early modern world. The book offers a balanced state-of-the-art educational tool representing innovative research for teaching and scholarship. Its geographical scope encompasses imperial borderlands in what today is northern Mexico and southern UnitedStates; the greater Caribbean basin, including cross-imperial borderlands among the island archipelagos and Central America; the greater Paraguayan river basin, including the Gran Chaco, lowland Brazil, Paraguay, and Bolivia; the Amazonian borderlands; the grasslands and steppes of southernArgentina and Chile; and Iberian trade and religious networks connecting the Americas to Africa and Asia.The volume is structured around the following broad themes: environmental change and humanly crafted landscapes; the role of indigenous allies in the Spanish and Portuguese military expeditions; negotiations of power across imperial lines and indigenous chiefdoms; the parallel development ofsubsistence and commercial economies across terrestrial and maritime trade routes; labor and the corridors of forced and free migration that led to changing social and ethnic identities; histories of science and cartography; Christian missions, music, and visual arts; gender and sexuality,emphasizing distinct roles and experiences documented for men and women in the borderlands. While centered in the colonial era, it is framed by pre-contact Mesoamerican borderlands and nineteenth-century national developments for those regions where the continuity of inter-ethnic relations andeconomic networks between the colonial and national periods is particularly salient, like the central Andes, lowland Bolivia, central Brazil, and the Mapuche/Pehuenche captaincies in South America. All the contributors are highly recognized scholars, representing different disciplines and academictraditions in North America, Latin America and Europe.

Borderlands by Hastings Donnan

Title Borderlands
Author Hastings Donnan
Publisher University Press of America
Release Date 2012-07-10
Category Political Science
Total Pages 158
ISBN 9780761851240
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book examines how different kinds of security and insecurity manifest and interconnect at state borders, encompassing the personal and the political, the social and the economic, in ways that reinforce or undermine the identities of those whose lives these borders frame.

Title Science the Endless Frontier
Author Vannevar Bush
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1990
Category Research
Total Pages 192
ISBN UCSD:31822031143431
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Cinema At The Margins by Wheeler Winston Dixon

Title Cinema at the Margins
Author Wheeler Winston Dixon
Publisher Anthem Press
Release Date 2013-12-01
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 238
ISBN 9781783080168
Language English, Spanish, and French
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More and more, just a few canonical classics, such as Michael Curtiz’s “Casablanca” (1942) or Victor Fleming’s “Gone With The Wind” (1939), are representing the entire film output of an era, to a new generation that knows little of the past, and is encouraged by popular media to live only in the eternal present. What will happen to the rest of the films that enchanted, informed and transported audiences in the 1930s, 1940s, and even as recently as the 1960s? This collection of essays aims to highlight some of the lesser-known treasures of the past – those titles that have been pushed aside by today’s wave of cinema amnesia.

Hunter Killer by Brad Taylor

Title Hunter Killer
Author Brad Taylor
Publisher HarperCollins
Release Date 2020-01-07
Category Fiction
Total Pages 528
ISBN 9780062886040
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Pike Logan tracks highly-trained Russian assassins to Brazil in this blistering, action-packed thriller from New York Times bestselling author and former Special Forces Officer Brad Taylor. “It’s an excellent read, and I greatly enjoyed it.” —Nelson DeMille Pike Logan and the Taskforce were once the apex predators, an unrivaled hunting machine that decimated those out to harm the United States, but they may have met their match. While Pike Logan and Jennifer Cahill prepare to join their team on a counter-terrorist mission in the triple frontier—the lawless tri-border region where Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay meet—they are targeted in Charleston, South Carolina. A vicious explosion kills a friend, and the perpetrators have set it up to look like an accident. While the authorities believe this was not foul play, Pike knows the attack was meant for him. When he loses contact with the team in South America, Pike is convinced he and the Taskforce are under assault. His men are the closest thing to family that Pike has, which means he will do anything, even ignore direct orders to stand down, to find them. Pike and Jennifer head to Brazil to investigate their disappearance and run headlong into a crew of Russian assassins. Within days they are entangled in a byzantine scheme involving Brazilian politics and a cut-throat battle for control of offshore oil fields. Forged in combat, the Russians are the equal of anything the Taskforce has encountered before, but they make a mistake in attacking Pike’s team, because Pike has a couple of elite Israeli assassins of his own. And Pike will stop at nothing to protect his family.

Title Japanese Contemporary Politics
Author Akio Igarashi
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2018-06-27
Category Political Science
Total Pages 260
ISBN 9781351227889
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In the postwar period, Japanese politics has evolved considerably, with issues of gender, representation, and household economics becoming increasingly salient. Meanwhile, since the end of the Cold War, Japan has joined other developed states in the process of decentralization and deindustrialization. Yet, its restructuring has come at a slower pace, as the Japanese bureaucracy attempts to retain a more traditional approach. This book, a translated and updated version of the author's 2010 monograph Nihon seijiron, traces these developments in Japanese politics from the end of the Asia Pacific wars to the present day. Examining each of the key stages of transition, it looks at four aspects of Japanese politics: high politics, interest-centered politics, life-centered politics, and globalization. It also provides up-to-date analysis of contemporary themes, including the Abe administration’s challenge to international politics and coverage of nuclear issues. Written by an experienced Japanese scholar, this book ultimately demonstrates how globalization has transformed the nature of local politics, as well as national security. However, as seen in the recent triple disaster of 2011 (a chapter on which has been added), Japanese politics retains traditional practices that have led to corruption, scandal, and political mistrust among the electorate. Offering a comprehensive introduction to Japanese politics, this book will be invaluable reading for students and scholars of Japanese politics and comparative and Asia politics in general.

Title Caribbean Security in the Age of Terror
Author Ivelaw L. Griffith
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2004
Category Aufsatzsammlung - Karibik - Innere Sicherheit
Total Pages 552
ISBN UTEXAS:059173014551823
Language English, Spanish, and French
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