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close this bookIllicit Drugs: Social Impacts and Policy Responses (UNRISD, 1994, 19 p.)
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close this folderTHE ILLICIT DRUG PROBLEM: WHY HAS IT BECOME WORSE?
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close this folderPOLICY OPTIONS: WHAT IS TO BE DONE?
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View the documentINCREASED MILITARIZATION
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

This Briefing Paper was prepared for UNRISD by LaMond Tullis and James Painter, with some additional information from the UNDP Human Development Report 1994 (Oxford University Press, New York, 1994). Comments from participants in internal seminars and in the UNRISD conference on “The Crisis of Social Development in the 1990s: Preparing for the World Social Summit” are gratefully acknowledged.

UNRISD work for the Social Summit is being carried out with the support and co-operation of the United Nations Development Programme.