The emergence of an international drug control consensus

The century-long opium trade was devastating for China, from both a health and a social point of view. Opium merchants, shippers, bankers, insurance agencies and governments profited greatly, but the social and economic costs of having a growing number of drug addicts in China and across East and South-East Asia became untenable relatively quickly.

Related Subject(s): Drugs Crime and Terrorism
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