A global network promoting objective and open debate on drug policy
The objective of this UNODC report is to further the understanding about the mechanics of illicit trade in the East Asia and the Pacific region: the how, where, when, who, and why of selected contraband markets affecting the region.
This UNODC report analyses the dynamics of key crime in West African markets and provides recommendations for the international community to tackle cocaine, methamphetamine and heroin trafficking, as well as other drug-related problems.
The aim of this second TEDI' s report is to present the results of the data that has been gathered, analysed and compared by six harm reduction groups during the seven-month period June–December 2012 in five countries.
This network of European fieldwork drug checking services shares expertise and data within a European monitoring and information system. This trend report includes 1,690 analyses from the period January to May 2012.
The lack of transparency about how U.S. officials calculate cocaine production estimates, combined with the contention that Bolivia is producing more cocaine than Colombia—despite having far less land under coca cultivation than Colombia or Peru— undermines U.S. credibility and isolates...
During a special thematic debate on drugs and crime as a threat to development, Mr. Fedotov said that with the 2015 deadline approaching to take stock of global progress towards achieving the Millennium Development Goals, there is an increasing recognition that organized crime and illicit drugs...