drug trafficking

Drug trafficking is a global illicit trade involving the cultivation, manufacture, distribution and sale of substances which are subject to drug prohibition laws.

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Talks related to drug trafficking

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Drugs and development debate in Africa - Drugs and Development Hub

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Breaking drug policy silos: Examples from France and Canada

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Organized crime in Latin America: What is new?

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Comparative perspectives on illicit crop economies and non-punitive rural drug policies

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Regulation of smuggling and circulation of drugs in China and India: A historical review

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The exponential growth of counterfeit PPE and other counterfeits during the COVID pandemic: Illicit trade in the open and dark web

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Organized crime and drugs in the Netherlands

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Expanding beyond cocaine: Rising polycriminality along the ‘cocaine route’

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Illicit Economies in Asia: Changes, effects and futures

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Drug markets in Ireland and Scotland: Problems and possible solutions?

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Organized crime in the UK

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Africa and drugs: Rewriting the tale? Presenting the forthcoming JIED Special issue on drugs markets and policies in Africa

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The intersection between illicit economies and instability in West Africa

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

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The illogic character of drug trafficking: Counterintuitive routes and strategies

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Legalizing the drug wars: A regulatory history of UN drug control

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How US policy shapes organized crime in Mexico

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Cocaine hoppers: Nigerian international cocaine trafficking

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Legal regulation of drugs: A policy to transform the state and organized criminal organizations

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Trying to make it the enterprises, gangs, and people of the American drug trade

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Drugs trafficking

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What's hiding in the shadows? Insights from comparative research on illicit drug trafficking


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