Managing the U.S.-Mexico Border Problem

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Item Metadata Bronk, Chris 2008-02-19T16:22:20Z 2008-02-19T16:22:20Z 2007-08-17
dc.description.abstract Although legislation for migration reform and an international guest worker program has been effectively tabled for the remainder of the Bush administration, work continues on projects to more effectively monitor the U.S.-Mexico border. A key federal program in this effort is the Department of Homeland Security’s adoption of military surveillance methods employing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and other advanced surveillance technologies to police the shared boundary.
dc.language.iso eng
dc.publisher James A. Baker, III Institute for Public Policy
dc.subject surveillance
border security
dc.title Managing the U.S.-Mexico Border Problem
dc.type articles
dc.type.dcmi Text
dc.identifier.citation Bronk, Chris. (2007). "Managing the U.S.-Mexico Border Problem."

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