April 18, 2012

What Comes After the War on Drugs

Dan Gardner, Ottawa Citizen

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Colombia's president has the right idea. We must, first, accept that the status quo is a mess. That doesn't mean committing to any particular change. It just means acknowledging what is obviously true.

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TAGGED: Canada, Colombia, Stephen Harper, War on Drugs, Juan Manuel Santos

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