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Tajikistan: An Opportunity for Great Power Cooperation
By Edward Cavanough
The plight of Central Asia’s poorest nation offers a rare opportunity for collaboration among regional powers.
The Narco-State of Afghanistan
By Najibullah Gulabzoi
Deconstructing the nexus between drug trafficking and national security.
A Solution for Afghanistan’s Opium Crisis?
By Sohrab Rahmaty
Efforts to eradicate the country’s opium production have failed. Time for a new solution.
Afghanistan Poppy Cultivation at All-Time High
By Ankit Panda
As U.S. and NATO troops prepare to leave Afghanistan, poppy cultivation reaches an all-time high.
A Drug-Free World? Try Some 21st Century Remedies
By Han Zhang
A new report suggests a strategic sea change is needed to combat Asia’s persistent drug problem.