Foreign relations of Aruba

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The Netherlands Antilles conducts foreign affairs primarily through the Dutch government; however, Aruba has strong relations with other Caribbean governments. Aruba is an observer in the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), an associate member of the World Trade Organization through the Netherlands and is a full member of the Association of Caribbean States. They currently have no outstanding international disputes. Aruba is a transit point for US- and Europe-bound narcotics with some accompanying money-laundering activity.

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  • Blickman, Tom. "Mafia on Aruba" Transnational Organized Crime Vol. 3, No. 2, Summer 1997