Media coverage of the Drug Law Reform Project
“A CRITICAL turning point in the failed war against drugs,” is the verdict of Martin Jelsma of the Drugs and Democracy Programme at the Transnational Institute, an Amsterdam-based think-tank.
President Barack Obama seized the world stage beginning at the United Nations and ending at The Group of Twenty economic summit in Pittsburgh.
European Union subsidies earmarked for reducing air travel's contribution to climate change may help develop deadlier warplanes than those already found in the world's arsenals, Brussels officials have admitted.
The Diplomat - There is a growing consensus within the region that the war on drugs has failed.
Newcastle City Councils public services reform shatters the myth that public sectors cannot reform and improve themselves. As much as £3.5 billion could be saved if Government followed its example.
The Summit of the Americas is focused on roads and ports. But behind closed doors, leaders will discuss drug policies.
By all rights, the 2008 global financial crisis should have marked the end of the era of privatisation and the return to the more equitable mixed economy model which dominated in the post-war era.
Instead, it only ushered in a new, more extreme phase in the neoliberal project.