Transforming the war on drugs: Victims, warriors, and vulnerable regions

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"A stark reassessment of the merits of conventional anti-drugs policies for dealing with narcotics. Considers the local impact of the war on drugs on human rights, development, and public health. Draws on global examples including South America, West Africa, the Middle East, and Russia."

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Juan Carlos Garzón Vergara

Director of the Conflict Dynamics and Peace Negotiations Area, Ideas for Peace Foundation

Annette Idler

Director, Global Security Programme and Senior Research Fellow, Pembroke College; Faculty, Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford

Carlos Pérez Ricart

Assistant Professor in International Relations, Center for Research and Teaching in Economics

John Pokoo

Head, Conflict Management Programme, Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping TrainIng Centre

Mónica Serrano

Research-Professor of International Relations at El Colegio de México, Senior Fellow at the Ralph Bunche Institute, and Senior Research Associate at the Centre for International Studies, Oxford University


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