Politics + Legalization

    United Nations’ Stubborn “Drug-Free World” Policies Are Getting Seriously Old

    The International Drug Policy Consortium, a global network of over 170 NGOs that promotes ...

    Here’s What a Legal Market for Cocaine Could Look Like

    It is abundantly clear, given decades of trial and error and escalating scientific evidence, ...

    International Drug Talks Raise Serious Concerns Over Venezuelan Sovereignty

    A United Nations gathering centered on “countering the world drug problem” has given the ...

    “Addicted to the War on Drugs” Is Right, Despite the Rhetoric

    A friend from Colorado once expressed shock during her first visit to Philadelphia, which ...

    Beto: What’s the Latest 2020 Candidate Like on Drugs?

    On March 14, former Congress member Beto O’Rourke announced his much-speculated bid for the ...

    Dietary Supplement? Or Drug? The Kratom Regulation Debate

    Is kratom a plant (Mitragyna speciosa)—originating in Southeast Asia and long used in traditional ...

    A “Competence Vacuum” in Trump’s Opioid Response Team

    In January, the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) outlined its strategy “to address, head ...