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Evaluating the war on drugs
by Naval Postgraduate School, Available from National Technical Information Service in Monterey, Calif, Springfield, Va
Written in English
During the past decade, a great debate has arisen over the course of drug policy in the United States and in Colombia. In both countries, there are many factors to be considered relating to the issue of drug abuse and narcotics trafficking. There is also a variety of opinion about what to do to solve the problem. This thesis examines the background and nature of cocaine-related activity in Colombia and the transport of cocaine to the US for consumption. Additionally, it inquires into the ongoing efforts of agencies of both countries to enforce an effective interdiction policy. Production, transport, and seizure issues and statistics are discussed, and there is an analysis of the interdiction effort in terms of cost effectiveness and supply and demand. This work concludes that there is a need for reexamination of the intent and execution of policy regarding drug trafficking, exhibited by the failure of current policies based upon statistical evidence. Additionally, there is a recommendation for more partnership between the governments and people of the US and Colombia in addressing the problem.
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Pages: War on Drugs. The term "war on drugs" was first used by President Richard Nixon into explain his administration's amendment to the Harrison Narcotics Tax Act of Before Nixon came to power, there had been talk of decriminalizing or legalizing drugs.
However, he took a hard-line approach to tackling the country's growing drug abuse problem. EVALUATING THE WAR ON DRUGS: US AND COLOMBIAN INTERDICTION EFFORTS by AI fonso r,ena Colonel, Colofftbian Army BS, Nueva Granada, Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree MASTER OF SCIENCE IN SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT from theAuthor: Alfonso Pena.
The book further reveals how these impacts have influenced the positions of governments across these regions, with significant ramifications for the international drug control regime.
Crucially, it shows that, at a time when global order is in flux, critically evaluating the regime’s securitisation through the war on drugs provides key insights into other global governance realms. Popular War On Drugs Books - Goodreads. “Johann Hari’s book is the perfect antidote to the war on drugs, one of the most under-discussed moral injustices of our time.
It combines rigorous research and deeply human story-telling. It will prompt an urgently-needed debate.” – GLENN GREENWALD, WINNER OF THE PULITZER PRIZE “A terrific book.” –. The federal war on drugs is therefore unconstitutional, and should be ended immediately. He also notes that the Constitution does in theory give the states the power to regulate drugs, so states could, in effect, enact their own drug wars and be within constitutional boundaries/5(14).
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systematically evaluate the costs of the war on drugs, there is nonetheless a substantial body of research available to demonstrate their scale and scope. In addition to this report, other resources documenting the costs of current drug policy can be found on the Count the Costs website,where many materialsFile Size: 6MB.
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