New directions for us policy rethinking international drug control urged policymakers to reassess the effectiveness of interdiction and the certification process and to consider adopting . D r u g c on trol new directions for us policy mathea falco chair rethinking international drug control new directions for us policy r e p o r t of an independent task for c e sponsored by the council on foreign relations mathea falco chair associations of the united states of america and author. Us drug policy is based on a punitive logic of deterrence that assumes that targeting the drug supply through aggressive law enforcement will deter drug use by making drugs scarcer more expensive and riskier to buy federal drug control spending jumped from 15 billion in 1980 to 146 billion in fiscal year 1996. Rethinking americas illegal drug policy john j donohue iii benjamin ewing david peloquin nber working paper no 16776 issued in february 2011 revised in december 2011 nber programslaw and economics program this paper provides a critical review of the empirical and theoretical literatures on illegal drug policy including cross country comparisons in order to evaluate three drug . Issitt micah finley laura points of view drug policy6 1 2018 p3 the article presents an argument against the us drug policy it is suggested that criminal penalties for drug use and possession represent a waste of public money and are an ineffective strategy for reducing the drug supply and prevention of illegal drug use
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