This is a digitized version of an article from The Times’s print archive, before the start of online publication in 1996. To preserve these articles as they originally appeared, The Times does not ...
For the past half-century, the United States has also waged its own “war on drugs” that has complicated its foreign policy, compromised its electoral democracy, and contributed to social inequality. ...
The Nation12dIn Depth
Marijuana possession led to nearly 6 percent of all arrests in the United States in 2017, FBI data shows ... ineffective and even racially biased. “While drug war proponents often say they’re going ...
"Our team consists of researchers who worked in different parts of Central America during the 2000s and witnessed a massive surge of drugs into the region that coincided with a reinvigoration of the ...
But the film primarily uses growing legalization efforts as a springboard to discuss the problematic history of the War on Drugs, specifically how the criminalization of marijuana was used to ...
I mean the drug war. For more than a century ... Meanwhile, during the Cold War, all the major powers — Britain, France, the Soviet Union, and the United States — deployed expanded clandestine ...
... Mexico will also inevitably have severe consequences for its relationship with the United States. Washington has invested up to $3 billion in Mexico’s drug war through the Mérida Initiative, a ...
The Pitch: With the legalization of marijuana rapidly spreading across the United States, it would seem that the nation ... of those affected by “War on Drugs” policies. Directed by Fab 5 Freddy of ...
Written by Christopher Ingraham, The Washington Post Marijuana possession led to nearly 6 percent of all arrests in the United States in 2017 ... ineffective and even racially biased. "While drug war ...
Sanctions targeting Venezuela may have stopped the flow of oil to the United States, but they have done little to impede ... the international community's allegiances polarized and the drug trade ...
It has been estimated that globally more than $100 billion a year is spent waging this silent war, with over $40 billion of that spent in the United States alone. Yet, despite the huge amount of ...
Indivior relies primarily on revenue from sales of its drug Suboxone in the United States — a country that accounts for 80% of its revenue. Again, these companies may not be slam dunks, but they are ...