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    Crime and Globalisation Publications

    03 July 2006

    Publications by TNI's Crime and Globalisation Project

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    Crime & Globalisation Links

    01 August 2006
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    Global Enforcement Regimes

    17 November 2005
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    Publicaciones del programa Crimen y Globalización

    15 February 2008

    Publicaciones del programa Crimen y Globalización (actualizadas hasta febrero de 2008).

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    Regímenes mundiales de control

    14 February 2007
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    Enlaces de Crimen y Globalización

    14 February 2007
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    Pinochet Watch no 55

    28 May 2004

    Pinochet Watch is an electronic news service of the Institute for Policy Studies.

  9. Portugal progresses toward integrated cannabis regulation

    Martín Barriuso Alonso
    25 October 2012

    In recent years there has been much talk of the so-called “Portuguese model,” based on an initiative that led to the use of illicit drugs being decriminalised in 2001. In fact, it is often said that Portugal was the first country in Europe to decriminalise drug use de jure, while Spain, for example, took that step de facto for the first time in 1974, except that it was not through a specific law but rather as a result of a Supreme Court ruling.

  10. Portugal progresses toward integrated cannabis regulation

    Martín Barriuso Alonso
    31 October 2012

    The “Portuguese model” of drugs decriminalisation has clearly demonstrated that greater tolerance to drug users does not lead to an increase in consumption. Nevertheless it is a model with immense loopholes and contradictions.

  11. Human rights and drug policy

    • Ernestien Jensema
    14 March 2017

    An accessible but comprehensive primer on why TNI believes that human rights must be at the heart of any debate on drug control.

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    Articles on War on Iraq before 2007

    01 December 2001
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    The Unwritten History of the 1998 United Nations General Assembly Special Session on Drugs

    Martin Jelsma
    01 April 2003

    A myriad of documents and records of meetings published by the UN, reveal a previously unwritten history of events leading to the 1998 UNGASS meeting. These show the extent to which the hardliners have gone to maintain the status quo through rhetoric, denial, manipulation, selective presentation, misrepresentation and suppression of evidence, selective use of experts, threats to funding, and purging "defeatists" from the UN system.