The C.i.a. And The International Heroin Trade : Part 3

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The C.i.a. And The International Heroin Trade : Part 3
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The C.i.a. And The International Heroin Trade : Part 3 / produced by David Emory. SERIES: For the record| no. 3 Documentaries about the CIA's role in re-establishing the international heroin trade following World War II. The programs examine alliances between UA intelligence agencies and drug smuggling syndicates in France, Italy, and China, as well as the CIA's role in Southeast Asian drug traffic. CONTENT: pt.1. World War II alliance between U.S. intelligence and Chiang Kai-Shek (13:01) -- pt.2. Tai Li and the Chinese opium trade (13:19) -- pt.3. CIA's influence in helping the Kuomintang control the Golden Triangle of Southeast Asia (10:34) -- pt.4. The Kuomintang continue smuggling from Burma following the rise of Mao (14:11) -- pt.5. CIA helping to market opium from the Golden Traiangle (12:11).

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