‘Afghanistan Is Disintegrating. It Can’t Afford to Give Up Opium’

What does a country, whose political, economic and social systems all revolve around opium, look like? Benzion Telefus, an expert on global drug war politics, offers some insight and explains why eliminating the illicit drug industry in Afghanistan would be detrimental to Europe

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