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Анализ проблем наркомании и наркобизнеса в Интернете

Количество серверов, посвященных проблемам наркотиков, весьма велико, особенно в англоязычной части Интернета. Так, в одном из наиболее полных каталогов Web-ресурсов по наркотикам, который расположен на сервере MAP (Media Awareness Project) по адресу http://www.mapinc.org/dpr.htm, приведен список более 40 серверов правительственных и неправительственных организаций, научных центров, занимающихся этими проблемами. В нашем каталоге мы даем адреса только тех серверов, где находятся более или менее значительные подборки текстовых материалов исследовательского характера, причем экономического характера. Поскольку количество текстов на каждом из них довольно велико, мы перечисляем материалы, размещенные только на русскоязычных серверах и сервере "Drug Text", приводя названия текстов в том виде, как они даны в Сети.

ИНТЕРНЕТ на русском языке

High.ru

Адрес – http://high.ru/core.html

На данном сервере в разделе "Библиотека" находятся следующие тексты:

Белогуров С. Стокгольмский опыт лечебной программы с метадоновой поддержкой.
Белогуров С. Популярно о наркотиках и наркоманиях.

Соломзес Джон А., Чебурсон В. Наркотики и общество.

В начале этой книги изложены основы фармакологии и строение нервной системы человека. Затем дается подробное описание каждой из известных групп наркотиков, начиная древнейшими опиумом и марихуаной и заканчивая наркотиками, синтезированными уже в 20 веке, такими как LSD и экстази. Для каждой из этих групп рассматриваются механизмы воздействия на нервную систему человека и последствия употребления. Текст сопровождается интересными фотографиями, рисунками и графиками. Книга также содержит интересный материал об истории создания наркотиков.

Довольно Прогибиционизма. Радикалы и Наркотики / Под редакцией Анджоло Бандинелли; совместно с Антоние Ченини, Эмилио Коломбо, Энцо Кукко, Никола Джованни, Сильвия Манзи; при содействии Движения Клубов "Панелла - Реформаторы". На русском языке перевод подготовлен Ольгой Антоновой. "Новая Партия", Рим, 1995.

Гончар С. Ловушка для "Ангельской Пыли". 27 августа 1999 г. (Источник: http://www.gazeta.ru/health/27-08-1999_angel.htm.)

Коэн П. Будущая политика контроля за распространением наркотиков в странах бывшего Восточного Блока. Работа представлена в Париже 25 февраля 1993 г. на Европейском коллоквиуме по кризису нормативных систем. Организован группой "Groupe Europeenne de Recherche sur les Normativites". La Maison des Sciences de I'Homme, Париж.

МИР И НАРКОТИКИ. Express Chronicle. 21.11.1997.

Богданов В. Дума "позаботилась" о здоровье нации, позабыв о конституции и других законах. Экспресс-хроника. 21.02.1997.

Программа создания карт с помощью ГИС способствует расширению операций по борьбе с наркотиками (Источник: http://www.dataplus.ru/WIN/All_Gis/2MVD/Narkota.htm.)

Комаров И. Презумпция виновности шприца // Московский комсомолец. 17.09.1998.

Тимофеев Л. М. Политэкономия наркобизнеса // Московские Новости. Февраль 1998.

Тимофеев Л.М. Мир без наркотиков? Забудьте // Московские Новости. (Источник: http://www.mn.ru/1999/27/41.html.)

Решение проблемы наркомании и наркотиков в России (Источник: http://nodrugs.da.ru/.)

Струин Н.Л., Романенко В.В. Возможность различных профилактических мероприятий среди потребителей внутривенных наркотиков в условиях локальной вспышки ВИЧ/СПИД (Источник: http://nodrugs.da.ru/.)

Что наша жизнь? Наркотик! // Огонек. № 28. 9 июля 1996

Смирнов И.В. Наркомафия королевы Виктории // Химия и жизнь. 1997. № 5.

Сорос Д. Мнение в дебатах о войне против наркотиков. Война против наркотиков не может быть выиграна. Пора отменить самоубийственный запрет. // International Journal of Drug Policy", 1997. Vol.8. № 4.

Кроме того, на этом сервере можно ознакомиться с текстами информационных бюллетеней Co.R.A. за 1996 – 1999 гг. (№ 3 – 24).

НарКом

Адрес – http://koi8-www.narcom.ru/ideas/socio.html#content

На данном сервере помимо обширной информации о российских законах и нормативных документах, связанных с наркотиками и психотропными средствами, находятся следующие тексты по этим проблемам:

Русакова М. Наркотизм в молодежной субкультуре крупного города.

Гурвич И. >Психологические теории алкоголизма, нарко- и токсикомании.

Гилинский Я.И. Война с наркотиками или мирное сосуществование?

Кессельман Л. Социальные координаты наркотизма.
НАРКОМАHИЯ в РОССИИ: УГРОЗА НАЦИИ, АНАЛИТИЧЕСКИЙ ДОКЛАД (Подготов-лен рабочей группой под руководством С.А. Караганова, И.Е. Малашенко и А.В. Федорова. Москва, 1998.)

Тимофеев Л. Каждый получает свою долю беды. Здесь нет героев - одни только жертвы. Экономический механизм распространения наркотиков.

Грохман И. "Окутан Амстердам дымком марихуаны" или "Голландский подход к наркотикам" // Общая газета 22-28 октября 1998 года. № 42 (272).

Грохман И. Купание розового слона. "Голландский подход" к проблеме наркотиков "Голландский подход" к проблеме наркотиков. Авторский вариант статьи "Окутан Амстердам дымком марихуаны" из " Общей газеты".

Норрис Т. Здоровые города. Руководство. Подготовлено при участии сотрудников Национального гражданского союза. В руководстве изложены основные принципы и методология разработки программ оздоровления, а также обобщен опыт проведения таких программ в США.

Сиделева О. Социокультуральные факторы распространения наркотизма в творческой среде.

Коллинс Л. Непродуманный голландский эксперимент с наркотиками. Материал предоставлен Георгием Зазулиным, региональным директором в СПб Международной организации "Европейские города против наркотиков".

Раш С. Путеводитель по истории движения легализации наркотиков и Как Вы можете это остановить. Материал предоставлен непосредственно директором международной организции "Европейские города против наркотиков" (ECAD) Торгни Петерсоном (Швеция).

Пелипас В., Соломонидина И. Зарубежная антинаркотическая политика.

Гурский В. Drug Court √ Суд идет.

О мерах по предотвращению распространения наркомании и токсикомании среди детей и подростков. Совет Безопасности Российской Федерации. Межведомственная Комиссия Совета Безопасности Российской Федерации по охране здоровья населения

 

Тексты П. Кохэна (на сервере "CEDRO")

Адрес – http://www.frw.uva.nl/cedro/library/Allkoi8r.html

На данном сервере находятся русские переводы следующих работ голландского исследователя проблем наркотиков Питера Кохена:

Cohen, Peter (1990), Является ли зависимостъ от героина паталогией? // In: Peter Cohen, Drugs as a social construct. Amsterdam.

Cohen, Peter (1993), Будущая политика контроля за распространением наркотиков в странах бывшего Восточного Блока. Трудный выбор пути, отличного от западного. Работа представлена в Париже 25 февраля 1993 г. на Европейском коллоквиуме по кризису нормативных систем. Организован группой "Groupe Europeenne de Recherche sur les Normativites". La Maison des Sciences de I'Homme, Париж.

Cohen, Peter (1994), Переосмысление политики контроля наркотиков: Исторические перспективы и концепционные средства. // In: Lorenz Bollinger (Ed.), De-americanizing drug policy. Peter Lang Publishers.

ИНТЕРНЕТ на английском языке

БИБЛИОТЕКИ

Drug Text

Адрес – http://www.drugtext.org/

На данном сервере находится исключительно богатое собрание текстов – докладов официальных и общественных организаций, книг и статей.

1. Доклады официальных и общественных организаций.

Год

Страна

Название доклада

Язык текста

1894

India

Indian Hemp Drugs Commission Report

English

1928

USA

The Opium Problem. Вy Charles E. Terry and Mildred Pellens

English

1930

USA

Wickersham Commission Report on Alcohol Prohibition

English

1944

USA

The LaGuardia Committee Report (New York City)

English

1968

UK

Advisory Committee on Drug Dependence, Cannabis
(The Wootton Report)

English

1970

Canada

Canadian Government Commission of Inquiry into the Non-Medical Use of Drugs, Interim Report (The Le Dain Report)

English

1970

USA

The Forbidden Fruit and the Tree of Knowledge: An Inquiry into the Legal History of American Marihuana Prohibition. Вy Professors Richard J. Bonnie & Charles H. Whitebread, II, Virginia Law Review, Volume 56, October 1970 Number 6

English

1971

NL

Ruimte in het Drugbeleid. (Space in Drug Policy) The Hulsman report stands at the basis of the later Baan report and dutch drug policy.

dutch

1972

USA

The Consumers Union Report on Licit and Illicit Drugs. Вy Edward M. Brecher and the Editors of Consumer Reports Magazine

english

1972

US

Dealing With Drug Abuse: A Report to the Ford Foundation. Вy the Drug Abuse Survey Project.

english

1972

US

Marihuana: A Signal of Misunderstanding, National Commission on Marihuana and Drug Abuse

english

1972

NL

Achtergronden en Risico's van Druggebruik. The Baan Report stood at the basis of the dutch drug law of 1976 (Opiumwet)

dutch

1973

USA

Drug Use in America: Problem in Perspective, National Commission on Marihuana and Drug Abuse

english

1980

USA

The Facts About Drug Abuse, The Drug Abuse Council

english

1988

USA

DEA Docket No. 86-22, DEA Chief Administrative Law

english

1989

USA

Report of the Research Advisory Panel for the State of
California

english

1994

USA

A Wiser Course: Ending Drug Prohibition, A Report of the Special Committee on Drugs and the Law of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York

english

1994

France

Rapport de La Commission de Reflexion sur la Drogue et la Toxicomanie - President R. Henrion (French Government Commission Report)

french

1994

Australia

Legislative Options for Cannabis. Australian Government

english

1994

US

Technologies for Understanding and Preventing Substance Abuse and Addiction – US Government Office of Technology Assessment - October 18, 1994

english

1994

Switzer-land

Social characteristics of participants in Swiss multicenter opiate trials at time of entry preliminary results

english

1994

NL

Drug control through legalization. Dutch Drug Policy Foundati-on

english/

dutch

1995

USA

Losing Ground Against Drugs A Report on Increasing Illicit Drug Use and National Drug Policy, Senate Committee on the Judiciary. Senator Orrin G. Hatch, Utah, Chairman

english

1995

USA

REPORT of the GRAND JURY OF BALTIMORE CITY

english

1995

NL

Drugs policy in the Netherlands: continuity and change. Dutch government report.

english

1996

Australia

Drugs and Our Community – Report of the Premiers' Drug Advisory Council -March, 1996

english

1996

USA

New York County Lawyers' Association Drug Policy Task Force

english

1996

Portugal

Programa Nacional de Prevencao das Toxicodependencias

portugese

1997

NL

Drug Policy in the Netherlands: Dutch government report

english

1998

UK

House of Lords Cannabis. THE SCIENTIFIC AND MEDICAL EVIDENCE

english

1999

Switzer-land

Cannabisbericht der Eidgenossische Kommission fur Drogenfragen – EKDF. Swiss Government Commission

german/french/italian

2. Тексты книг.

Brecher, Edward. The Consumer Report on Licit and Illicit Drugs. N.Y., 1972.

Derricott, Jon, Preston, Andrew & Hunt, Neil 1999. The Safer Injecting Briefing. HIT, Cavern Court, 8 Mathew Street, Liverpool, L2 6RE United Kingdom.

Grund, Jean-Paul. Drug Use as a Social Ritual. Rotterdam, 1993.

McWilliams, Peter. Ain't Nobody's Business If You Do. Peter McWilliams & Prelude Press, 1996.

Preston, Andrew. The Methadone Briefing. Dorchester, United Kingdom: 1997.

Saunders, Nicholas. E for Ecstasy. London, 1993.

de Vos, Jan Willem 1997. Methadone Maintenance Treatment, Pharmacokinetics, Psychopatho-logy and Craving. Laboratory of Pharmacology, University of Amsterdam, Academic Medical Cen-tre. 1997.

Erickson, Patricia. Cannabis Criminals. Toronto, 1980.

Grund, Jean-Paul & Blanken, Peter. From chasing the dragon to chinezen. Rotterdam, 1993.

McCoy, Alfred W. The politics of heroin in Southeast Asia. 1972.

3. Тексты статей (приведен перечень только англоязычных публикаций).

The Wootton Report: The Decriminalisation of Cannabis in Britain. Вy Stephen Abrams.

THE TIMES MONDAY JULY 24 1967 original SOMA advertisement. Вy Stephen Abrams.

KAVA use in Arnhem Land, the challenge for policy. Вy Peter d'Abbs.

The politics of ham reduction in France. Вy Patrick Aeberhard.

Marinol vs. Marijuana: Politics, Science, and Popular Culture. Вy Kambiz Akhavan.

Savings in California Marijuana Law Enforcement Costs Attributable to the Moscone Act of 1976? Вy Aldrich, & Mikurya.

The psychiatric aspects of marihuana intoxication. Вy Allentuck & Bowman.

MARK TWAIN AND THE AMERICAN APPROACH TO DRUGS: A VIEW FROM CANADA. Вy Bruce K. Alexander.

The RAW Approach. Вy Abd Al-Rahman.

Drug-related sites on the World Wide Web. Вy Marianne Apostolides.

Anabolic steroid use: prevention and education. Вy Frank Ardito, Paul Goldstein, Michael Bahrke and Thomas Sattler.

International League Against Prohibition. Вy Giancarlo Arnao.

The Semantics of Prohibition. Вy Giancarlo Arnao.

Anti-prohibition: what does it really mean? Вy Giancarlo Arnao.

Drug policy and TC ideology: an Italian case. Вy Giancarlo Arnao.

Extra-judicial repression of drug users in Italy. Вy Giancarlo Arnao.

The World Ministerial Drug Summit. Вy Mike Ashton.

Cannabis, the Law and Social Impacts in Australia . Вy Lynn Atkinson & David McDonald.

Does feminism drive women to drink? Conflicting themes. Вy Marguerite Babcock.

International conference on abuse and traficking of anabolic steroids. Вy Michael S. Bahrke.

Chameleons out of control. Вy Steve Baldwin.

When science meets politics the Australian heroin trial feasibility study. Вy Gabriele Bammer.

Everyday Harm Reduction. Вy Cas Barendrecht.

Risky Business: the relationship between prostitution, injecting drug use and HIVrelated risk be-haviour among a sample of Glasgow streetworking prostitutes. Вy Marina Barnard.

THE NETHERLANDS' DRUG POLICY: 20 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE. Вy Herbert P. Barnard.

A brief critical look at cannabis psychosis. Вy Amit Basu.

Informers & the Police: drug dealers as informers. By Philip Bean.

Rational Addiction and the Effect of Price on Consumption. Вy Gary S. Becker.

The drugs policy dilemma. Вy Alan Beith.

Drug Policy and the Intellectuals. Вy William Bennett.

PILOTe: Prevention of addiction for young people at Technoparties. Вy Berne Cantonal. Public Health and Social Services Department.

Drug policy: should the law take a back seat? Вy Virginia Berridge.

New players and new strategies. Вy Marie-Andree Bertrand.

Price and alternatives: suggestions for drug policy from psychology. Вy Warren K. Bickel and R.J. DeGrandpre.

Cocaine: widespread but not harmless. Вy Bert Bieleman.

Educating and training GPs in the management and treatment of drug users. Вy Michael Blank & William Nelles.

The United Nations General Assembly Special Session on Drugs: New Words, Old Actions? Вy Ken Bluestone.

Message on the War on Drugs. Вy Associate Professor of Law Jeffrey M. Blum of the University of Buffalo School of Law.

Youth Violence, Guns, and the Illicit-Drug Industry. Вy Alfred Blumstein.

Symbolic Criminal Law Without Limits. imes New Roman">A commentary to the German Constitutional Court deci-sion on Cannabis. Вy Lorenz Bollinger

German Drug Laws. Supra-national European Developments and the question of Constitutionality. Вy Lorenz Bollinger.

German Drug Laws. De-Americanizing Drug Policy. Вy Lorenz Bollinger.

Ways out of an 'as if' policy. Вy Horst Bossong.

Women and illicit drug use. Вy Susan Boyd.

Petrol Sniffing among Aborigines: different social meanings. Вy Maggie Brady.

Drug use and personal choice: A Green Party strategy. Вy George Branchflower.

Drug users versus outreach workers in combatting AIDS. Вy Robert Broadhead, Douglas Heckat-horn, Jean-Paul Grund, Synn Stern & Denise Anthony.

Drug users versus outreach workers in combatting AIDS. Part II. Вy Robert Broadhead.

Double Deviant, women using alcohol and other drugs. Вy Dorothy Broom & Adele Stevens.

AIDS-related interventions among drug users in the Netherlands. Вy Ernst Buning.

AIDS prevention among drug users. Вy Ernst Buning.

Harm Reduction in mainstream thinking. Вy Ernst Buning.

15 years of Harm Reduction: a reflection. Вy Ernst Buning.

Outreach work with drug users: an overview. Вy Ernst Buning.

Methadone in Europe. Вy Ernst Buning.

Breaking the circle. Тhe drug-free wing challenge. Вy Robin Burgess.

Supporting GPs to care for drug users. Вy Judith K Bury.

Liberalize rather than Punish. Вy Francis Caballero.

Women drug users and the criminal justice system. Вy Alasdair Cant.

The role of the police in tackling drugs crime. Вy Alan Castree.

The rise and fall of NORML. Вy Russell Castro.

Setting goals for drug policy: harm reduction or use reduction? Вy Jonathan P. Caulkins & Peter Reuter.

COLOMBIA AND THE TRAFFIC OF ILLIC1T DRUGS: A CASE OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN ITSELF. Вy Carlos Enrique Cavelier.

Could do better. Government policy on young people and drugs 1985 – 1994. Вy Colin Chapman.

Drugs and Crime in Prisons. Вy Debroah Cheney.

Drug policy and harm reduction in Hong Kong. A socio-historical examination. By Yuet Cheung & James Ch'ien.

Meeting the needs of black drug users. Вy Ruth Chigwada-Bailey.

The Drug War. Вy Noam Chomsky.

How Free is the Free Market. Вy Noam Chomsky.

The human toxicity of marijuana: a critique of a review by Nahas and Latour,. Вy Mcdonals J. Christie & Gregory B. Chesher.

Reflections on Drugs. Вy Neils Christie.

ADDING UP THE PROS AND CONS OF LEGALISATION. Вy Andrew Clark.

Women crack users - a cathartic approach. Вy Louise Clarke.

The Dutch Approach to Drug Treatment and Education 2: Drugs and AIDS prevention and educa-tion work with young people in the Netherlands. Вy Julian Cohen.

Drug education: politics, propaganda and censorship. Вy Julian Cohen.

Re-thinking Drug Control Policy: Historical Perspectives and Conceptual Tools. Вy Peter Cohen.

Ideology, Research and Policy. Вy Peter Cohen & Pat O'Hare.

Building upon the successes of Dutch drug policy. Вy Peter Cohen.

US drug policy and public health. Вy Maxie Collier & Anne Walker.

Costs and Benefits. Вy D.J. Collins & H.M. Lapsley.

Consenting adults? Probation policy and drug control. Вy Mike Collison.

Drug War Peace Treaty (first draft). Family Council on Drug Awareness. By Chris Conrad and Mikki Norris.

Aircrew alcohol and drug policies: A survey of commercial airlines. Вy Christopher Cook.

Dangerous drug adulteration. An international survey of drug dealers using the Internet and the World Wide Web. By Ros Coomber.
How often does the adulteration/dilution of heroin actually occur? An analysis of 228 'street' heroin samples across the UK 1995-96 and the discussion of monitoring policy. Вy Ros Coomber.

How the Narcs Created Crack. Вy Richard Cowan.

Cannabis a special case? By Richard Cowan.

Talking drugs together. Вy Colin Cripps.

Drug use in Asia. Patterns, impact on HIV transmitted through injections and sexually, directions for enhanced surveillance and monitoring of prevention programs. Вy Nick Crofts.

Who knows where the drug users are? By Gavin Daker-White.

Drug Policies and Drugspeak. Вy Ann Dally.

Befriending Friends. Вy Phyll Dance.

Drug Policies in Europe. Вy Hedy D'Ancona.

Has Germany decriminalised cannabis? By Owen Davies.

Harm Reduction-A Framework for Incorporating Science into Drug Policy. Strategies That edito-rial American Journal of Public Health. By Don Des Jarlais.

Current Trends on the Works of the European Parliament with Regard to Narcotic Drugs. By J.L. Diez-Ripolles.

Sex, drugs and just say no: a media perspective. Вy Paul Dillon, Linda Goldpink-Lord and Nicho-las Parkhill.

Perceptions of Drug Control Policies. A comparison of Scotland and Holland in the 1980's. By Ja-son Ditton and Sally Haw.

Rescheduling Marijuana. Issues related to pending DEA ruling. Вy Rick Doblin.

HIV & AIDS, intravenous drug use in New South Wales, Australia. Вy Kate Dolan.

Prisons and AIDS. A review of VIIth International Conference on AIDS. Вy Kate Dolan.

AIDS, Drugs and Risk Behaviour in Prison: State of the Art. Вy Kate Dolan.

SELF AND COMMUNITY BASED OPIOID SUBSTITUTION AMONG OPIOID DEPEN-DENT POPULATIONS IN THE INDIAN SUB-CONTINENT. Вy Jimmy Dorabjee.

Drug Research and Policy in Britain. Вy Nicholas Dorne & Nigel South.

European free movement, drug users and access to health services. Вy Nicholas Dorne & Simone White.

Drug Prohibition and Public Health: 25 Years of Evidence // Public Health Reports. The Journal of the U.S. Public Health Service. 1999. Вy Ernest Drucker.

NEW YORK, Through the Eye of the Needle. Notes from THE DRUG WARS. Вy Ernest Druc-ker.

Local Heroes. Notes from THE DRUG WARS. Вy Ernest Drucker.
The Trial of Jon Parker. Notes from THE DRUG WARS. By Ernest Drucker.

Children of War, the criminalization of motherhood. Notes from THE DRUG WARS. By Ernest Drucker.

Though the Eye of the Needle II. Notes from THE DRUG WARS. By Ernest Drucker.

On the European Front. Notes from THE DRUG WARS. By Ernest Drucker.

The criminalization of motherhood II, when philosophers are drug czars. Notes from THE DRUG WARS. By Ernest Drucker.

In a dark season, one million points of light (through the eye of the needle III). Notes from THE DRUG WARS. By Ernest Drucker.

The real gulf and the phoney war. Notes from THE DRUG WARS. By Ernest Drucker.

Drug Policy and Human Rights. Notes from THE DRUG WARS. By Ernest Drucker.

AIDS in America, the 2nd decade. Notes from THE DRUG WARS. By Ernest Drucker.

The quiet revolution. By Alisa Duncan.

Why should drug users self-organise. By Andria Efthimiou-Mordaunt.

Policy Alcohol and Other Drugs. By Patricia G. Erickson.

Reducing the harm of adolescent substance use. By Patricia G. Erickson.

Illicit Drug Use, Peer Attitudes, and Perceptions of Harmful Effects. Among Convicted Cannabis Offenders. By Patricia G. Erickson.

Living With Prohibition: Regular Cannabis Users, Legal Sanctions and Informal Controls. By Patricia G. Erickson

The undeterred cocaine user: intention to quit and its relationship to perceived legal and health threats. By Patricia G. Erickson and Glenn F. Murray.

Drug crime and legal control: lessons from the Canadian experience. By Patricia G. Erickson and Yuet W. Cheung.

Recent Trends in Canadian Drug Policy: The decline and resurgence of prohibitionism. By Patri-cia G. Erickson.

Canadian Cannabis Policy: The impact of criminalization, the current reality and future policy op-tions. By Patricia G. Erickson and Benedikt Fischer.

Methadone provision in the European Union. By Michael Farrell, Jan Neeleman, Michael Gossop, Paul Griffiths, Ernst Buning, Emily Finch and John Strang.

Methadone country report. By Michael Farrell et al.

Methadone provision in the UK. By Michael Farrell, Louise Sell, Jan Neeleman, Michael Gossop, Paul Griffiths, Ernst Buning, Emily Finch and John Strang.

'Maps' and 'moves'. By Benedikt Fischer.

The new Canadian Drug Law. By Benedikt Fischer, Patricia G Erickson & Reginald Smart.

MDMA and harm. should Ecstasy be kept on a restricted list? By John Fitzgerald.

Is the Prescription of Amphetamine Justified as a Harm Reduction Measure? By Philip M Fleming.

Drug services in the USSR. Will perestroika produce changes in Russian drug treatment? By Phi-lip M. Fleming, Mike Poling & Annie Feltham.

Prescribing policy in the UK. By Philip M Fleming.

Is the policy of encouraging general practitioners to prescribe opiates flawed? By Philip Fleming & Judy Morey.

Drugs in prison. By Nick Flynn.

Statement by Dr. Helen Ford. By Helen Ford.

Ecstasy and illegal drug design. By Alasdair Forsyth.

Are Raves Drug Supermarkets? By Alasdair Forsyth.

Drug Policy Before and After the Regime Change. A study of criminal proceedings in Budapest between 1990 and 1992. By Judit Fridli, Andrea Pelle, Jozsef Racz.

Going beyong education to mobilising sub-cultural change. By Samuel Friedman.

THEORETICAL BASES FOR UNDERSTANDING DRUG USERS' ORGANISATIONS. By Sa-muel Friedman.

The Drug War As A Socialist Enterprise. By Milton Friedman.

What is addiction and what kind of addictions do we know? By Erik Fromberg.

Cocaine and pregnancy, hype or science? A review of the literature. By Erik Fromberg.

The case of the Netherlands, Contradictions and values. By Erik Fromberg.

The ideologies behind harm reduction. By Erik Fromberg.

Is there a rational for differentiating drugs by harm potential? By Erik Fromberg.

Drugpolicy and human rights. By Erik Fromberg.

A Harm-Reduction Educational Strategy Towards Ecstasy (MDMA). 1990. By Erik Fromberg.

MDMA, PENICILLIN FOR THE SOUL OR DESTROYER OF YOUNG SOULS? 1994. By Erik Fromberg.

HARM REDUCTION AND XTC. 1996. By Erik Fromberg.

CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE FIELD OF AIDS AND DRUGS. By Erik Fromberg.

Ban on Drugs or Health Care. The dilemma of a repressive drug policy. By Monika Frommel.

Listen To Be Heard . By Rose-Ann Furmann.

Harm Reduction and Alcohol. By Henk Garretsen & Ien van de Goor.

No to legalisation, yes to controlled supply? By Henk Garretsen, R. Geurs, V..M. Hendriks and F. Sturmans.

Brain, Drugs, and Society. By Michael S. Gazzaniga.

Methadone screws you up. By Michael George.

The role of personal rules and eccepted beliefs in the self-regulation of drug taking. By Michael George.

Acceptance and Abstinence? By Ralf Gerlach & Wolfgang Schneider.

Goldstein et al. on Drug Use. By John Gettman.

'Smack in the eye', 'Peanut Pete' and the New Puritans. By Mark Gilman.

Football and drugs: two cultures clash. By Mark Gilman.
Testimony before the US Criminal Justice, Drug Policy and Human Resources Subcommittee
of the House Government Reform Committee
. By Ira Glasser (ACLU).

The Swedish Narcotics Control Private Model - A critical assessment. By Ted Goldberg.

Papering over the cracks. By Mike Goodman.

Follow the Head... Not the Heart. By Sir John Gordon & Pat O'Hare.

Drugs, Race, and the "Dangerous Classes": Policy Politics in American Drug Prohibition. By Di-ana R. Gordon.

Drug Issues and the Swedish Press. By Arthur Gould.

Drugs, Freedom and Harm. By Gordon Graham.

"Double Jeopardy". Forfeiture Endangers American Rights. By FEAR President Brenda Grantland

Shared care with general practitioners for Edinburgh's drug users. By Judy Greenwood.

Formal Testimony Before the Crime Subcommittee, Judiciary Committee, U.S. House of Repre-sentatives. October 1, 1997. By Lester Grinspoon.

A brief account of my participation as a witness in the trial of Kerry Wiley. By Lester Grinspoon.

Distributing heroin to addicts is pointless. By Jean Paul Grund.

The role of cognitive errors in the drug policy debate. By David Hadorn.

Marijuana Myths . By Paul Hager, chair ICLU Drug Task Force.

A new approach to prescribing. The structured methadone programme in action. By Stuart Hall.

The decline of crack use in New York City drug policy or natural controls? By Ansley Hamid.

Drug Control, legal alternatives and consequences. By M. Hamilton & J. Rolfe.

The Menace of the war on Crack in Britain. By Richard Hammersley.

Do prisons need special health policies and programmes? By Timothy W. Harding.

Trends and patterns of illicit drug use in the USA. By Lana Harrison.

Why politicians won't legalise drugs. By Nicholas Hartman.

Going the whole way? Heroin maintenance and AIDS prevention. By Richard Hartnoll.

Speech . By Czech president Havel.

The theory and reality of partnership policy. By Paul Hayes.

Evaluating a needle exchange programme. Models for testing HIV-I risk reduction. By Robert Heimer, Kaveh Khoshnood, P. Clay Stephens, Bini Jariwala Freeman & Edward Kaplan.

Drug users and the GP. By Tom Heller.

Fun, frisson & fashion. By Sheila Henderson.

Is there a politics of anti-prohibitionism. By Anthony Henman.

Drug use and pregnancy. By Mary Hepburn.

The Other Prohibition. The cigarette crisis in post war Germany. By Henner Hess.

After the First Year, New York City's Needle Exchange Pilot Programme. By Cherri Hillman.

The first outreach needle exchange program in Hungary. By Judit Honti & Peter Ban.

The First International Conference on the Reduction of Drug-Related Harm. IHRA.

WOMEN, INJECTING DRUG USE AND ASSOCIATED HARMS. By Salam Irene.
Normalization of the Drugs Problem: an Outline of the Dutch Drugs Policy. By Otto Janssen.

RESPONDING TO SUBSTANCE MISUSE. Crime & Drugs Strategy Unit. Jersey.

Collaborative problem solving in AIDS prevention. Hawaii's needle exchange programme. By Ka-ren A. Joe and Dolores Foley.

Taking drugs to school. Schools, drug education and the green paper. By Ruth Joyce.

Responding to AIDS and drug use in prisons in Canada. By Ralf Jurgens & Diane Riley.

Do trends in criminal statistics reflect changing attitudes in the English criminal justice system to-wards drug offences. By Hendrien Kaal.

The 'Boule de Neige' Project. By Charles Kaplan.

HIV prevention among drug users. Specialist or non specialist provision. By Jan Keene, Gerry Sti-mson & Nina Parry-Langdon.

High-risk groups and prison policies. By Jan Keene.

The open drug scene and the safe injection room offers in Frankfurt am Main 1995. By Uwe E. Kemmesies.

Compulsive drug users in the Netherlands and Germany. The open drug scenes in Amsterdam and Frankfurt am Main. By Uwe E. Kemmesies.

Harm reduction and public transport. By Rien Klaassen and Jeannette Verveen.

Innovative AIDS prevention among drug-using prostitutes. By Carmen Kleinegris.

The risk of HIV transmission from sharing water, drug-mixing containers and cotton filters among intravenous drug users. By Stephen Koester, Robert Booth & Wayne Wiebel.

The chemical generation and its ancestors. Dance crazes and drug panics across eight decades. By Marek Kohn.

Cannabis retail markets in Amsterdam. By Dirk Korf.

Anabolic steroid use in Britain. By Pirkko Korkia.

Drug workers and the drug misuse database. By Tim Krabbe.

How flexible are UN drug conventions? By Krzysztof Krajewski.

Drugs, probation and court orders. By Danny Kushlick.

The French Connection. Drugs in all their conditions. By Bertran LaGendre.

Deglamorising Cannabis. Lancet. Editorial. November, 1995.

Deglamorising Cannabis II. Lancet (follow up). Editorial. November, 1998.

The Case for Regulated Production. Paper for 1995 International Harm Reduction Conference on Cannabis in Europe and particularly The Netherlands. Dy Mario Lap.

About Netherweed and Coffeeshops. An Essay on Cannabis in Dutch Society now and in the futu-re as published in De-Americanizing Drug Policy. By Mario Lap.

Draft Cannabis Law. As submitted to Dutch parliament in 1993 by "Green" environmental party and of which a Belgian version was filed recently in Belgian parliament. By Mario Lap.

Response to the INCB. Response to the 1992 and 1993 reports of the International Narcotics Cont-rol Board. By Mario Lap and Freek Polak.

Recent changes in the Dutch cannabis trade: the case for regulated production. By Mario Lap and Ernest Drucker.

DEALERS, DICE AND DOPE. By Mario Lap.

Drug prohibition from a human rights perspective. By Mario Lap.

British medical perception from Rolleston to Brain. Changing images of the addict and addiction. By Rachel Lart.

In Defence of Heroin Maintenance. A User's Perspective. By Maureen Laverty.

Drug-addicted parents and their children. By Frans Leenders.

Do projects against 'drug-related nuisance' undermine harm reduction? By Frans Leenders.

Mobilising public support for providing needles to drug injectors. A pilot advocacy intervention. By Simon Lenton.

Drug commissions, the next generation: "to boldly go....' By Harry G. Levine.

The Drug Policy Debate in the Virtual Classroom. By David C. Lewis & Janine A. Treves.

A CRITICISM OF SWEDISH DRUG POLICY . By Sven Ake Lindgren.

EMERGING DRUG PROBLEMS IN HUNGARY. By Gabrielle Lipiay.

Opiate use & abuse in Austria. By Norbert Loimer.

Western Australian initiatives to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS among injecting drug users.
By Wendy Loxley, Alison Marsh, Paula Watt, Georgine Westlund, Charles Watson & Michelle Kosky.

CANNABIS USE AND COGNITIVE DECLINE IN PERSONS UNDER 65 YEARS OF AGE. By Constantine G. Lyketsos.

Santo Daime, an example of ritually controlled use of psychoactive substances. By Edward MacRae.

Methodological challenges in studies of prisoners' sexual activity and drug use. By Nancy Mahon.

The development of the Dutch treatment approach. By Bart Majoor.

Helping the Helpers. By Bart Majoor.

The Art of Accepting. By Bart Majoor.

The times they are a' changing? By Andy Malinowski.

Putting prohibition on trial. By Benjamin Mancroft.

An archaelogy of drug laws. By Desmond Manderson.

Dutch weed and logistics. Part 1. Inconsistencies in the Dutch government's memorandum on drugs policy. By C.W. Maris.

Dutch weed and logistics. Part 2. The logic of the harm principle. By C.W. Maris

Extradition, US drug policy and the erosion of individual liberties. By Howard Marks.

The Supply of Legal Cannabis. By Howard Marks.

The therapeutic apllication of LSD and related drugs. By Master & Houston (introduction by Peter Webster).

Minimising harm in research. By Fiona McDermott & Priscilla Pyet.

Will drug users respond to the challenge. By Peter McDermott.

Taking part, taking power. By Greg McFarlane.

Paradigms and practice. Changes in drug service since the central funding initiative. By Suzanne McGregor, Betsy Ettorre, Adam Crozier & Ross Coomber.

The case for the decriminalisation of drugs. By William McKelvey.

An Open Letter to the Entertainment Industry. By Peter McWilliams.

The Dutch Approach to Drug Treatment and Education 1: Care and Cure. By Alan Matthews.

Drug user rights: Learning from black drug users. By Cynthia Matthews.

Sport for all! But is it suitable for children? By Paul Melia.

HIV Infection amongst Drug Injectors in England. Regional comparisons drawn from official sta-tistics. By Mersey Regional Health Authority.

The Prevention of Infectious Diseases in Prison. By Ingo Ilja Michels & Heino Stover.

The medical prescription of anabolic steroids. By Anthony Millar

Drug policy in Geneva. By Annie Mino.

The liberal image of the Dutch drug policy. Amsterdam is singing a different tune. By Rene Mol & Franz Trautmann.

Youth drug use and the prevention of problems. Why we've got it all wrong. By David Moore & Bill Saunders.

Poisons and Prohibitions: The Persistance of Folly. By John P. Morgan.

One strike and you are out. Making sense of exclusions. By Gill Morris.

Policies unfit for heroin. A critique of Dorn & South. By Stephen Mugford & Pat O'Malley.

Message in a toilet. By Stephen Mugford.

Ending the prohibition on education. By Geoff Munro.

Thinking Seriously about Alternatives to Drug Prohibition. By Ethan A Nadelmann.

Legalisation or Harm Reduction: the debate continues. By Ethan A Nadelmann.

METHADONE MAINTENANCE AND HARM REDUCTION IN NORTHERN THAILAND. By Chawalit Napratan.

WORKING WITH DRUG USERS IN KUALA LUMPUR. By Palani Narayanan.

The War on Drugs is lost ©1996 National Review with contributions. By William Buckley, Ethan Nadelmann, Robert Sweet, Kurt Smoke, Joseph McNamara, Steven Duke and Thomas Szasz.

Laing on Ecstasy. By Peter Nasmyth.

Methadone country report. By Jan Neeleman.

Provision of syringes and prescription of heroin in prison. By Joachim Nelles, Sandra Bernasconi, Anja Dobler-Mikola & Beat Kaufmann.

The theory and practice of drug-related crime. By Russell Newcombe.

Black Drug Workers' Reality. By Geraldine Nolan.

Prevention programmes for adoloscents in the USA. By Elaine Norman & Sandra Turner.

HIV-positive intavenous drug users: their impact on social systems. By Steven O'Connor.

Redefining the Drug War. From criminal justice to public health. By Pat O'Hare.

Minimum Mandatory Madness. By Pat O'Hare.

The Adventures of Dick van Dijk. By Pat O'Hare.

Drugs and sport. Many a True Word Said in jest. By Pat O'Hare.

Misdemeanours ... unclassified and otherwise. By Pat O'Hare.

The Swedish Issue. By Pat O'Hare.

Governing at a distance. By Pat O'Malley.

The law and demand reduction. Have we got it right? By Ron Owens, Executive Director, Australian Drug Law Reform Foundation and member of our Board.

Drug Law Reform in Australia. By Ron Owens.

Organizing Drug Law Reform in Australia. By Ron Owens.

The role of drug law reform in Australia. By Ron Owens.

THE HIDDEN HEALTH BURDEN: ALCOHOL ABUSING WOMEN, MISUNDERSTOOD AND MISTREATED. By Anshu Padayachee.

What should we look for in outreach workers? By Richard Pates & Virginia Blakey.

The effects of policy making on harm reduction: whose problem? By Richard Pates.

What Works in Addiction Treatment and What Doesn't. Is the Best Therapy No Therapy? By Stanton Peele.

Personality and Alcoholism: Establishing the Link. By Stanton Peele.

Anabolic steroids: What do GPs think? By Huw Perry, A.H. Evans and BNC Littlepage.

AIDS, Drugs and Commercial Sex. By Martin Plant.

What Doctors can do, the role of doctors in the debate on drug policy. By Freek Polak, psychiat-rist, Municipal Health Service, Drug Department, Amsterdam.

Prohibition of Hard Drugs is Harmful to Public Health. By Freek Polak.

The Medicalization of (Problematic) Intoxicant Use and the Medical Provision of Psychoactive Drugs. By Freek Polak.

The Situation of the Debate on Drug Legalization in the Netherlands. By Freek Polak.

A view on the board. By Freek Polak and Mario Lap.

Shortcomings of medically controlled heroin prescription. By Freek Polak.

Meeting the needs of black and other visible minority drug users. From the introduction to the Ra-ce and Drugs Project (England, France, The Netherlands and Portugal).

From Prohibition to Regulation: Lessons from Alcohol Policy for Drug Policy. By Harry G. Levi-ne and Craig Reinerman.

The Construction of America's Crack Crisis. By Craig Reinerman and Harry G. Levine.

A Peace Movement has emerged against the War on Drugs. By Craig Reinerman and Harry G. Le-vine.

Drugs in the media. The case of the eight-year old addict and the purloined pulitzer prize. By Cra-ig Reinerman & Ceres Duskin.

Glasnost in US drug policy? Clinton constrained. By Craig Reinerman.

The drug policy debate in Europe. The case of Califano versus the Netherlands. By Craig Reiner-man.

Harm Reduction in Asia. By Sujata Rana.

Why prescribe? the phylosophy behind good practice. By Anne Read.

Fear of Drugs. By Erik van Ree.

Drug policy in the USSR. Life inside the narco-archipelago. By Victor Rezunkov & Ivan Denisov.

Innovation of constraint. The management of an HIV outreach intervention. By Tim Rhodes, Janet Holland & Richard Hartnoll.

Where is the sex in harm reduction. By Tim Rhodes and Alan Quirck.

Drug testing in prisons. By Diane Riley.

Drugs and Drug Policy in Canada: A Brief Review & Commentary. By Diane Riley.

Canada's New Drug Law. Some implications for HIV/AIDS prevention in Canada. By Diane Riley & Eugene Oscapella.

The Natural History of Substance Use as a Guide to Setting Drug Policy . By Lee Robbins.

Legalization versus Prohibition. By Jean-Luc Robert.

What use is European drug prevention week? By Jean-Luc Robert.

The role of Glasgow pharmacists in the management of drug misuse. By K. Roberts.

Investigating HIV-AIDS and Social Care. By David Robinson, Alan Maynard & Gilbert Smith.

My time behind bars. An inmate's view of drugs in prisons. By Nick Rochford.

Evaluating world drug policies. By Carla Rossi.

Brixton, London: a drug culture without a drug economy? By Vicenzo Ruggeiro.

Organised crime and drug economies. By Vicenzo Ruggeiro.

The addicted offender. By Judith Rumgay.

Drug users and the white paper. By Anni Ryan.

PEER EDUCATION AND YOUNG BLACK PEOPLE. By Deborah Sangster.

Thinking about drinking: the power of self-fulfilling prophecies. By Jeffrey A. Schaler.

Political ideologies and drug policy. By Sebastian Scheerer.

Drug policy USA: time for a change. By Kurt L. Schmoke.

Swedish Drug Policy in a different light. "The Paragon in a different light". By Reto Scholl MD, Erlinsbach, Chief of Aarau Hospital Translated from Drogenmagazine NR 1 Feb. 1995.

Benzodiazepines in the illicit drug scene. The UK picture and some treatment dilemmasy. By Ni-cxholas Seivenwright, Michael Donmall & Christopher Daly.

The Liverpool model. A population-based approach to harm reduction. By Howard Seymour & Gail Eaton.

METHADONE TREATMENT: THE THERAPEUTIC MIRAGE. By Pat Shannon.

A future market for anabolic steroids? By Harry Shapiro.

Peering over the parapet. A discussion of a local policy for treatment with injectable methadone. By Mike Shaw, Clare Brabbins & Sue Ruben.

Illegal drug use in Glasgow. Can local agencies offer a full range of treatment options? By David Shewan.

Drug service provision in Glasgow. By David Shewan.

Keeping off, stepping on and stepping off: the steppingstone theory reevaluated in the context of the Dutch cannabis experience. By Stephen J. Sifaneck.

Harm reduction and alcohol. By Eric Single.

The War on Drugs. By Richard Smith.

IDENTIFYING CANADA'S REAL DRUG PROBLEMS: ALCOHOL & TOBACCO. By Robert Solomon & Lisa Constantine.

AIDS prevention with drug users supplanted by the war on drugs. By Edith Springer.

What's an American doing in Rotterdam? By Synn Stern.

The Future of UK Syringe Exchange. By Gerry Stimson, Katie Dolan, Martin Donoghoe & Rachel Lart.

The shape of things to come? By Gerry Stimson.

The diffusion of drug injecting in developing countries. By Gerry V Stimson, Moruf Adelekan & Tim Rhodes.

A ROUGH RIDE FOR PREVENTION. By Peter Stoker.

From MEAD to MDEA. By Gary Sutton.

Doing it for ourselves. By Gary Sutton.

A Short History of the Conquest of the Crack Epidemic. By Jonathan Swift.

The Fatal Temptation: Drug Prohibition and the Fear of Autonomy. By Thomas Szasz.

Towards the Dismantling of an Ideology. By Marco Taradash.

Breaking the Monopolies in the War on Drugs. By Marco Taradash and Andrew Bennett.

Why drug testing won't work. By Chris Tchaikovsky.

Peer education at the free clinic of Antwerp. By Sven Todts.

Introducing harm reduction concepts in drug policy reform. By Donald M. Topping.

Methadone in France: An overview of harm-maximisation politics. By Abdalla Toufik.

Peer support - Dutch experiences with AIDS prevention by drug users for drug users. By Franz Trautmann.

THE EUROPEAN PEER SUPPORT PROJECT. By Franz Trautmann.

PEER SUPPORT AS A METHOD FOR RISK REDUCTION IN IDU COMMUNITIES - EX-PERIENCES IN DUTCH PROJECTS AND THE EUROPEAN PEER SUPPORT PROJECT. By Franz Trautmann.

The use of a confrontational approach in HIV prevention. By Franz Trautmann.

Peer support. By Franz Trautmann.

Norman Zinberg remembered. By Arnold Trebach.

Drug users rights and the responsibility of services. By Mary Treacy.

Developing amphetamine-related strategies within a harm-reduction framework. By Martin Turn-bull.

A Swiss national project. By A. Uchtenhagen, A Dobler-Mikola & F Gutzwiller.

Drug prevention outside and inside prison walls. By Ambros Uchtenhagen.

A view from a producer/trafficker country. By Ricardo Vargas.

Harm reduction and the community. By Jacob Veale.

Drugs, Crime and Community Safety. By Jacob Veale.

Harm Minimisation: Old Wine in New Bottles. By Richard Velleman & Janet Rigby.

Harm Reduction in Rome. By Annette Verster, Marina Davoli & Carlo Perucci.

Backloading and HIV infection among injection drug users. By David Vlahov.

Drug legislation and drug policy in the Netherlands. By Jaap de Vlieger, Illicit Drugs Expert, Rot-terdam-Rijnmond Regional Police.

Drug Policy as a Management Strategy. By Henk-Jan van Vliet.

The spoken word takes precedence. By Hennig Voscherau.

FROM WELFARE STATE TO PRISON STATE. Imprisoning the American Poor. By Loic Wac-quant.

Therapeutic application of marihuana. By Robert Walton.

AIDS prevention strategies: An overview. By Francois Wasserfallen, Dina Zeegers Paget & Pierre G. Bauer.

Harm Reduction. Why do it? Changing a dysfunctional nightmare into a working alternative. By Marion Watson.

Does abundant supply of drugs lead to heavy consumption? By Pamela Watson.

Pituri: An Australian Aboriginal drug. By Pamela Watson.

Maintenance with Codeine in Germany. The supportive Position. By Urban Weber.

Rethinking Drug Prohibition: Don’t look for U.S Government leadership. By Peter Webster.

Fallacious Pharmacology . By Peter Webster.

Drug Policy changes in Europe and the United States. By Leon Wever, Head of Policy Affairs, Alcohol, Drugs and Tobacco Policy Division, Ministry of Welfare, Health and Cultural Affairs, 1991.

Drug Policies in Western Europe. By Superintendant Jan Wiarda.

Health promotion, drugs and the moral high ground. By Christopher Wibberley and Sandy White-law.

Drug Abuse Research and Policy: A Dutch-American Debate. By Govert F. van de Wijngaart.

The psychological effects of anabolic steroids. By Doug Williamson.

A Society of Suspects. The War on Drugs and Civil Liberties. By Steven Wisotsky.

Development on National Drug Policy in Australia. By Alex Wodak.

The connection between HIV infection in injecting drug users and drugs policy. By Alex Wodak.

A DUTCH SMORGASBORD. By Alex Wodak.

Taming demons: the reduction of harm resulting from use of illicit drugs. By Alex Wodak.

Organisations of injecting drug users in Australia. By Alex Wodak.

The world illicit drug crisis: from prohibition to reform. By Alex Wodak.

Needle exchange and bleach distribution programmes: the Australian experience. By Alex Wodak.

Whistleblowing against the company: a case of ethical violations at a Norwegian treatment centre. By Katherine van Wormer.

The Situation In Sweden . By John Yates.

Sweden: A totalitarian threat to Europe. By John Yates.

High Time to Stop the War on Marijuana. By Alan Young.

Change In the Czech Antidrug Policy? By Tomas Zabransky.

Research Findings on Medicinal Properties of Marijuana. By Kevin Zeese.

Action speaks louder than words. By Jelle Zeilstra.

Measuring abstinence and harm minimisation. By Sue Ziebland & Angie Rogers.

Exposing Marijuana Myths. A Review of the Scientific Evidence. By Lynn Zimmer and John Morgan.

Drug testing in the USA. A policy for maximising harm. By Lynn Zimmer.

American Inner-Cities and Drug Policing: Strategies That Maximize Harm to Individuals and Communities. By Lynn Zimmer.

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