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  1. The year in drug policy: Movement at a crossroads

    26 Diciembre 2014
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    The 43-year-old war on drugs had never seen such a barrage of opposition as it did in 2014, with successful marijuana legalization initiatives in several U.S. states, California’s historic approval of sentencing reform for low level drug offenders and world leaders calling for the legal regulation of all drugs — all of which cement the mainstream appeal of drug policy alternatives and offer unprecedented momentum going into 2015.

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    EE UU reafirma su "tolerancia" hacia la despenalización de las drogas

    10 Octubre 2014
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    brownfieldWilliam R. Brownfield, zar antidroga de Estados Unidos desde su puesto de subsecretario de Estado para Narcóticos enfatizó ante la Asamblea General de Naciones Unidas la “tolerancia” de Washington hacia las políticas despenalizadoras emprendidas por países como Uruguay o Estados como Washington y Colorado. Por "tolerancia", Washington entiende el compromiso de todos los países con las convenciones de Naciones Unidas y la necesidad de respetar la autonomía de cada país para abordar el problema de la droga en función de sus particulares circunstancias. (Véase también: El control de drogas visto desde Washington y Drogas: giro de EE.UU. en medio del debate sobre la despenalización)

  3. CARICOM did not consult us on ganja law reform - US

    25 Junio 2014
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    William Brownfield, assistant secretary at the US Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, has charged that Jamaica and other Caribbean Community (CARICOM) member states that are moving to change marijuana laws did not consult the US government. He had informal talks with some CARICOM states but said those discussions were "not structured as formal dialogue between governments or between international partners". He also revealed that the US had developed four basic principles to address the issues surrounding the growing move to legalise marijuana. (See also: No need to consult US on ganja, says Knight)