Looking at the un, smelling a rat: a comment on 'Sweden's succesful drugs policy: a review of the evidence'

Peter Cohen

Abstract





This article argues
that one of the foundational bases of modern drug policy - the co-variation
between drug policy and number of drug users, the variety of drug use patterns
and the severity of drug-related problems - is assumed without any evidence. A
UN report about the drug control system in Sweden is used to illustrate this
point.








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