Featured with SanhoTree of IPS and Coletta Youngers of WOLA, The Institute for Policy Studies and Teaching for Change’s Busboys and Poets Bookstore, welcomes Ricardo Cortes to discuss and sign his new book.
International standards for drug control are increasingly unscientific and deleterious.
The government of Peru is getting tough on traffickers and encouraging farmers to plant alternative crops, but will it work?
There’s only one Colombian industry that can potentially employ workers who would lose their job in the wake of a free trade deal.
Far from breaking morale, the tactic of taking out the heads of trafficking groups gives junior thugs a shot at becoming the kingpin–if only briefly.
By any measure, the military approach to countering a demand-driven cocaine trade has been a complete failure.
The U.S. is paying a heavy price for its current stance on drug policy.
Brown-bag discussion with Silvia Rivera, Coca Expert and Activist and Advisor to the Bolivian Government on Coca Issues.