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Drugs in South Asia: From the Opium Trade to the Present Day
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Drugs in South Asia: From the Opium Trade to the Present Day (Hardback)

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The drug problem in South Asia is mounting. This work provides an inside story of the pro-revenue drug policies pursued both by the British colonial authorities and post-independent governments in South Asia. The dangers of the drug trade in South Asia have now become global, the author assesses international efforts against drug trafficking.

M. EMDAD UL HAQ is a political scientist with research interests in the politics of narcotics in South Asia and the Asia-Pacific region, and comparative politics. He is Associate Professor at the University of Chittagong, Bangladesh and is the author of Drug Addiction: National and World Perspective and Comparative Political Analysis.

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