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Drug Law Reform in East and Southeast Asia is a multi-author look at drugs in East and Southeast Asia, on drug policy, patterns and trends, local problems, human rights abuses, treatment prospects, and potential reforms. From the history of drugs in Asia, the book examines recent trends in illicit drugs, especially the present enormous amphetamine problems. It addresses recent policy shifts, especially harm reduction responses to the devastating drug-associated HIV epidemics. It explores further necessary reform, especially in regard to the abysmally inhuman current emphasis on detention and the death penalty for drug offences, and present the most recent evidence on effective and humane approaches to drug treatments. As the first comprehensive collection on illicit drug and harm reduction in East and Southeast Asia, it will be a vital resource for health professionals, policymakers, and others working there-and elsewhere-on drug policy reform. As the first comprehensive collection on illicit drugs and harm reduction in East and Southeast Asia, it will be a vital resource for health professionals, policymakers, and others working on East and Southeast Asia--and elsewhere--on drug policy.
|Utgitt||2013||Forfatter||Fifa Rahman, Nick Crofts|
Rowman & Littlefield
|Antall sider||370||Dimensjoner||16cm x 23,6cm x 3cm|
|Vekt||635 gram||Leverandør||Bertram Trading Ltd|
|Andre medvirkende||Marina Mahathir, Mike Trace||Emner og form||Crime & criminology, Illness & addiction: social aspects, Development studies, Pharmaceutical industries|