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Cannabis Reform, ‘Medical and Scientific Purposes’ and the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties / Rick Lines, Damon Barrett

International Community Law Review, Volume: 20, Issue: 5, Pages: 436 - 455

Swansea University Author: Rick Lines

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This article examines the proposition put forward by several authors that a legally regulated market in cannabis may be permissible under the international drug control treaties if considered as a policy ‘experiment’.

Published in: International Community Law Review
ISSN: 1871-9740 1871-9732
Published: Brill Nijoff 2018
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