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Afghanistan’s Drug Industry: Structure, Functioning, Dynamics and Implications for Counter-Narcotics Policy
Doris Buddenberg (ed); William A. Byrd (ed)
Afghanistan’s drug industry is a central issue for the country’s state-building, security, governance, & development agenda. Recognizing the critical importance & multi-faceted nature of the drug problem in Afghanistan, the UN Office on Drugs & Crime & The World Bank embarked on a program of cooperative research & policy-oriented analysis. This work covered the major elements of Afghanistan’s drug industry in addition to the rural household level: opium trading, costs & market interactions, the nexus between drug trafficking & the informal financial transfer system (hawala), the organized crime dimension, & the macroeconomic implications of the opium economy & counter-narcotics measures. Includes work by a number of contributors. Illus.
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