The U.S. policy in handling the drug war has centered on the Mérida Initiative and, more recently, Beyond Mérida. Are these policies enough, or should the U.S. adopt policies that focus more on the demand for drugs domestically and the rule of law in countries of interest?
Praemon guest writer Cody Knudsen analyzes U.S. policy options and offers recommendations for future courses of action.
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