‘Fear’ over sovereignty holding back Caribbean surveillance efforts
In 2003, the Caribbean Regional Agreement (CRA) was formally issued by collaborative nations working to counter the maritime threat of illicit drug trafficking in the Caribbean. However, many nations in the region have withheld official support, making these counter-efforts difficult to enact as legal and technical obstacles abound. Commander Jean-Emmanuel Perrin, the Chief of Law Enforcement at Sea division in the French West Indies, provides Defence IQ with an overview of the immediate situa...
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