Has the United States Failed to Adequately Fight Illegal Drugs?
Project Director, Sahno Tree, answers the question along with other analysts in the March 2, 2011 edition of the Latin America Advisor.
The Drug War has Failed. What's Next?
October 1, 2009 - The U.S. is paying a heavy price for its current stance on drug policy. By Sanho Tree, published in The Mount Vernon (OH) News and The Milford (MA) Daily News and The (Alliance, OH) Review and The Register Citizen (Torrington, CT) and The New Britain (CT) Herald and The Bristol (CT) Press and AlterNet and The Union (SC) Daily Times and The Poteau (OK) Daily News and The Montgomery (AL) Advertiser and The MetroWest Daily News and Common Dreams and The (Woburn, MA) Daily Times Chronicle and The Deming (MN) Headlight
What Impact Will Drug War Nationalization Have in Bolivia?
August 25, 2008 - As the new policies take shape, Washington must understand that being tough is not the same as being effective. By Sanho Tree, published in Inter-American Dialogue's Latin American Advisor
Will Illicit Crop Cultivation Decline Amid Rising Food Prices?
July 23, 2008 - Probably not. By Sanho Tree, published in Inter-American Dialogue's Latin American Advisor
Postcard from ... Colombia
October 23, 2007 - As the U.S. "War on Drugs" rages on in Colombia, more and more of its farms have been turned into swaths of scorched earth. By Sanho Tree, published in Foreign Policy In Focus