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narcotics situation in Southeast Asia

Lester L. Wolff

narcotics situation in Southeast Asia

report of a special study mission

by Lester L. Wolff

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Asia, Southeastern.,
  • Asia.
    • Subjects:
    • Drug control -- Asia, Southeastern.,
    • Drug control -- Asia.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Lester L. Wolff.
      ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV5840.A75 W64
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 22 p.
      Number of Pages22
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5024348M
      LC Control Number73602719

        The largest agglomeration of drugs in Southeast Asia can be found in Vang Vieng, Laos, the destination of David's trip on magic mushrooms and the . Bangkok (Thailand), 28 February - Methamphetamine abuse is rising across South-East Asia, especially among young people, according to a report released today by the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB). A shortage of qualified health-care professionals and limited drug treatment programs greatly restrict drug abuse prevention and treatment programs in the region, the INCB warns.

      In , Thailand’s military junta-appointed parliament gave the Thai people a “Christmas gift” by voting to amend the Narcotics Act, legalizing cannabis for medicinal and research uses. The CIA Crime and Narcotics Center The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia. In this book I show the complicity of various US agencies—particularly the CIA and the State Department—in organizing the Southeast Asian drug traffic since the early s. The exact same situation was dramatized in in the British TV drama Traffik.

      By Shannon Bush One of the questions from the audience following Vince Rafael’s February 13th talk, “Humanizing the Inhuman: Photographing the Philippine Drug War,” concerned allegations that Duterte and his inner circle profit from collaboration with Chinese narcotics syndicates, using their position to allow the importation of methamphetamine into the country. Southeast Asia is a group of diverse tropical countries between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean, featuring cultures influenced by both India and China and hosting large communities of Overseas Chinese. The region includes Indonesia, the most populous Muslim country in the world, as well as very prominent Buddhist countries, and quite significant Christian, Hindu and Animist communities.


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Narcotics situation in Southeast Asia by Lester L. Wolff Download PDF EPUB FB2

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The narcotics situation in Southeast Asia: Report of a special study missionAuthor: Lester L. Wolff. The Golden Triangle is the area where the borders of Thailand, Laos, and Myanmar meet at the confluence of the Ruak and Mekong rivers.

The name "Golden Triangle"—coined by the CIA —is commonly used more broadly to refer to an area of approximatelysquare kilometres (, sq mi) that overlaps the mountains of the three adjacent countries.

transit hub for heroin originating in Southwest and Southeast Asia and destined for Europe, as well as cocaine destined for markets in southern Africa; cultivates qat (khat) for local use and regional export, principally to Djibouti and Somalia (legal in all three countries); the lack of a well-developed financial system limits the country's.

Although on aver people are arrested each year for trafficking illicit narcotics in Southeast Asia, the high profits of the drug trade continue to lure thousands more into the business.

In the case of Burmese fighters, drug earnings are usually spent. Alfred W. McCoy, a graduate student at Yale, has written a book entitled "The Politics of Heroin i.n Southeast Asia" Prior to its pub- lication. McCoy has been involved in rather extensive publicity in the newspapers, on television, in an appearance before the Senate Foreign Re- lations Committee, and an excerpt of the book was published File Size: KB.

From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. The politics of heroin in Southeast Asia Alfred W. McCoy, Cathleen B. Read, Leonard Palmer Adams Snippet view - Common terms and phrases. Southeast Asia Heroin Narcotics, Control of Narcotics. In February ofthen-Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra launched a bloody “war on drugs” that lasted for three months and resulted in police killings of 2, suspects, only half of whom were later found to have anything to do with drugs.

The rest may simply have been in the wrong place at the wrong time or were people a deeply corrupt police force wanted to get rid of. This book constitutes a summary of McCoy's Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia (see review) and an update leading into the nineties.

While the prior book was primarily focused on Southeast Asia, this one points towards Afghanistan, where the opiate trade has retreated since the American retreat from Vietnam/5.

Alfred W. McCoy with Cathleen B. Read & Leonard P. Adams II, The Politics of Heroin in South‐east York, Harper and Row, Alfred McCoy was, according to the dust jacket of this book published by Harper and Row, studying for a PhD in South‐east Asian history at Yale.

His co‐authors were also studying for doctorates. The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia is a non-fiction book on heroin trafficking in Southeast Asia and the CIA complicity and aid to the Southeast Asian opium/heroin n by Alfred W.

McCoy, the book covers the period from World War II to the Vietnam War. The internet is full of reading lists with titles like “10 MUST READ books about backpacking Southeast Asia!” This is not one of those lists.

This is a list of 9 great introductions to the history and culture of Southeast Asia. These books have been chosen because they walk the middle ground between heavy history tomes and easy tour : David Mccaskey. Drug Trafficking in Southeast Asia is a Growing Concern for Other Countries and Regions.

Brisbane (Australia), 19 March - At the 7th Australasian Drug Strategy Conference, UNODC Regional Representative, Mr. Jeremy Douglas, delivered a keynote address emphasizing the need to build and maintain collaborative partnerships, while strengthening cross-border and inter-agency cooperation in.

REPORT OF THE INTERNATIONAL NARCOTICS CONTROL BOARD 78 information on the current drug situation in the Asia-Pacific region, with the aim of strengthening international cooperation in drug law enforcement, in CHAPTER III.

ANALYSIS OF THE WORLD SITUATION. "The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia" is abrilliant, riveting and invaluable expose that details the CIA's involvement in drug-running. Through McCoy's analysis, one can follow the CIA's drug-running trail from right after WWII, through the French Connection in Marseilles, to the golden triangle in Laos and Burma and on into Afghanistan/5(11).

Crime situation in Singapore An island city-state in Southeast Asia, Singapore sits on a maritime, land and air crossroads between Asia and the Pacific. This geographic location and the fact that Singapore is one of the world’s leading economies make the country potentially attractive to local, regional and global organized crime groups.

Mainland China is situated adjacent to both the major narcotics producing areas in Asia, Southeast Asia's "Golden Triangle" and Southwest Asia's "Golden Crescent." While the "Golden Triangle" area poses a longstanding problem, Chinese officials note that the "Golden Crescent" is the source of increasing amounts of illicit drugs trafficked into.

The major narcotics producing areas in Asia, Southeast Asia’s "Golden Triangle" and Southwest Asia’s "Golden Crescent", both border China. The "Golden Triangle" on China’s southwestern border is a longstanding problem; Chinese officials now believe that the "Golden Crescent" is an increasing source of illicit drugs trafficked into western.

In his book The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia Alfred W. McCoy noted that “China’s political situation changed dramatically toward the end of the 19th century.” Humiliating defeat by Japan in their war led to demands for reform.

Solving Southeast Asia’s Drug Problem. Upland Southeast Asia is not the only place affected. Myanmar Police Seize 18 Tons of Narcotics, Related Materials in .Books shelved as southeast-asian-fiction: ไส้เดือนตาบอดในเขาวงกต by วีรพร นิติประภา, In the Country by Mia Alvar, House of Glass by Pramoedya Ananta Toer.Regarding the former, he maintains that the border conflict has prevented “a situation of actual and anticipated peace” (91).

Concerning Myanmar-China ties, Roberts holds that “their mutual identification with each other has been at the expense of Myanmar’s capacity to identify with ASEAN collectively” (97).