Current policies may undermine social cohesion
Ruth Dreifuss, Fernando Henrique Cardoso and Olusegun Obasanjo
With regional and international heads of state gathering in Manila for the 31st ASEAN Summit on Nov. 10-14, it seems appropriate to examine whether or not there are more effective drug policies than those currently at play in dealing with the harms caused by the presence of drugs in society.
As former heads of state from Africa, Europe and Latin America, we recognize the fear that m...
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