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The acts of invading of Afghanistan and deposing the Taliban were intended to liberate the Afghani citizens and vanquish the terrorists, but one unwanted result has been the failure of the state
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Vietnamese in Australia the criminal world of the heroin trade; the position of Vietnamese women in the economy of the clothing industry; the rise and fall of criminal and politician Phuong Ngo; and the celebration of Generation 2
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The U. S. Military, Political, and Economic Occupations of PanamaThe U. S. Military, Political, and Economic Occupations of Panama
Europe. The Monroe Doctrine strongly cautioned European powers against any further attempts to colonize lands in the Western Hemisphere
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Colombia’s Struggle: Implications of Civil War on Regional and Domestic PolicyColombia’s Struggle: Implications of Civil War on Regional and Domestic Policy
Colombia’s chances for a stable, prosperous political and economic future. This paper intends to examine to origins of Colombia’s tradition of violence and the implications that the civil war is having on the nation’s domestic and regional
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I'd like the who what when where on the Mexican calls for he legalization of dope
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Netherlands and the United States. It ends with a discussion of the successes and failures of their policies and how they function in conjunction with the implementation of their respective police forces
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Political Science 145a The Political Economy of the Drug Trade Spring 2015Political Science 145a The Political Economy of the Drug Trade Spring 2015
In 1999 New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson, a Republican, called for a debate on the legalization of drugs; in 2012 Colorado and Washington voters legalized marijuana at the state level and in 2014 Uruguay became the first country to legalize the
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Biodiversity – the number, or abundance of different species living within a particular region
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The O’Malley-Brown Administration’s Actions to Combat Opioids and Overdose Deaths in MarylandThe O’Malley-Brown Administration’s Actions to Combat Opioids and Overdose Deaths in Maryland
To combatting the rising problem of opioid abuse in Maryland. On June 27, 2014, Governor O’Malley issued an executive order creating the Overdose Prevention Council (opc)
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Evaluating the economic impact of drug traffic in MexicoEvaluating the economic impact of drug traffic in Mexico
Such a high figure is certainly impeding Mexican economic growth and development. Several policy options are considered
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Going soft on cannabisGoing soft on cannabis
Currently the public is bombarded with ‘reasons’ for legalising cannabis. But the case for changing the law does not stand up to scrutiny. This booklet is an attempt to get some facts straight
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Daniel J. Hansen: Drug Policy: Why Legalization Should PrevailDaniel J. Hansen: Drug Policy: Why Legalization Should Prevail
Greenwald 2009, p. When economic theory, application, cost-benefit analysis, and historical proof are all considered, a preferred policy should prevail
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