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Francisco J. Lara, Jr
Nikki Philline C. de la Rosa

La espiral de violencia dirigida por el Estado contra el tráfico ilegal de drogas en el
sudeste asiático no terminó ni interrumpió esta economía sumergida y sus complejos
vínculos con actores estatales y no estatales, así como con el nuevo extremismo violento
emergente. De hecho, la evidencia muestra que la respuesta violenta al problema solo
ha alimentado más preocupaciones económicas, políticas y de seguridad. Este es el
caso de Filipinas, donde una guerra indiscriminada y violenta contra las drogas no ha
cumplido sus promesas. Sin embargo, ¿por qué hay un continuo apoyo público para la
guerra contra las drogas a pesar de sus fracasos, particularmente entre aquellos que a
menudo son víctimas de su violencia? Este documento adopta un enfoque económicosociológico
del problema de las drogas ilegales y pone de relieve las amenazas a las
redes sociales integradas que plantea esta empresa mortal. Utilizando evidencia cuantitativa
y cualitativa, y estudios de caso de una provincia y ciudad reconocida como un
semillero en la guerra antidrogas del gobierno, el estudio mostrará cómo la colusión
y la colisión son realidades alternativas y medios para adaptarse a una empresa ilícita
que está vinculada a muchas actividades sociales y arreglos económicos, incluidos los
provocados por el extremismo violento.


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Lara, Jr, F. J., & de la Rosa, N. P. C. (2020). ¿Colusión o colisión? La guerra contra las drogas en Filipinas. Estudios Socio-Jurídicos, 22(2). (Original work published 24 de julio de 2020)

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