This book examines U.S. foreign drug policy, its origins, themes, implementation, and prospects for success. It analyzes central issues of ongoing concern through perspectives of leading authorities in government, academia, and the private sector.
Table of Contents
1. The Global Drug Phenomenon: Lessons from History and Future Challenges 2. U.S. Narcotics Foreign Policy in the Twentieth Century: An Analytical Overview 3. U.S. Foreign Policy and International Narcotics Control: Challenges and Opportunities in the 1990s and Beyond 4. International Drug Policy and the U.S. Congress 5. The Role of Law Enforcement 6. The Role of the Military, 7. The Role of Economic Development: Policy Options for Increased Peasant Participation in Peru and Bolivia 8. World-Wide and Regional Anti-Drug Programs 9. Drugs in Post-Communist Societies 10. The Limits and Consequences of U.S. Foreign Drug Control Efforts