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The Limits of Latitude - The UN Drug Control Conventions

David Bewley-Taylor Orcid Logo, Martin Jelsma

Series on Legislative Reform of Drug Policies, Volume: 18

Swansea University Author: David Bewley-Taylor Orcid Logo

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This research report published by the Transnational Institute conceptualises a framework for understanding policy challenges to the UN drug control conventions, and categorises policy options that (1) clearly lie within the framework of the conventions (2) challenge the conventions but can be legall...

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Published in: Series on Legislative Reform of Drug Policies
Published: Amsterdam Transnational Institute 2012
Online Access: http://www.tni.org/briefing/limits-latitude
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