2006 World Drug Report: Analysis
Sandeep Chawla, Thibault Le Pichon, Research and Analysis Section, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Jan 1, 2006 - 210 pages
Preface Drugs are everywhere, say alarmed parents. The drug problem is out of control, cries the media. Humanity has entered the 21 st century with much lower levels of drug cultivation and drug addiction than 100 years earlier. The number of addicts, especially those dependent on cocaine and heroin, has declined massively over the last century and, worldwide, has remained stable in the past few years. Within a few years, Asia┐s notorious Golden Triangle, once the world┐s narcotics epicentre, could become opium-free
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