7 October 2014 Morocco, the top hash provider globally, is considering legalising production of marijuana for medical and industrial despite Islamic taboos against drugs.
7 October 2014 By Edward Fox, Project coordinator, TalkingDrugs
By Julian Buchanan 7th October 2014
By Ian Dunt 8 September 2014 Clegg has pushed hard on drug reform since a visit to Colombia, where he met former guerrilla fighters and victims of the conflict in the country Clegg has pushed hard on drug reform since a visit to Colombia, where he met former guerrilla fighters and victims of the conflict […]
5 september 2014 The Italian government has plans to produce medical marijuana in a military factory in Florence, national media reported on Friday. The plans could see cannabis drugs available in Italian pharmacies as early as next year.
Aug 29, 2014 By Anthony Bond Jonathan Yates, 65, whose throat has been badly damaged by radiation treatment for tongue cancer, says cannabis is the only effective pain killer he can find
A cop’s experience tells him the drug war is doing more harm than good By Jack Cole AUGUST 24, 2014
August 25, 2014 The enterprise that managed to prohibit the coca leaf internationally now has to try to save its face by “withdrawing” its application after denial by agency in India “Coca-Cola is a shameless and unethical company that has consistently placed its pursuit of profits over the well-being of communities that live around its […]
31 July 2014
By William Patey, British ambassador to Afghanistan from 2010-2012 25 June 2014 When Tony Blair deployed British troops in Afghanistan, ending the illicit production and supply of opium was cited as a key objective. In 2001 the prime minister linked heroin use in the UK with opium cultivation in Afghanistan: “The arms the Taliban buy […]