strategy

Fighting war against drugs

Implementation:
Despite 2 years of extensive herbicide spraying [source country eradication], US estimates show there has not been any net reduction in Colombian coca cultivation - net coca cultivation actually increased 50 percent.
Claim:
To achieve a one percent reduction in US cocaine consumption, the United States could spend an additional $34 million on drug treatment programmes, or 20 times more, $783 million, on efforts to eradicate the supply at the source.
Constrained by:
Calling for drug law reform
Facilitated by:
Promoting drug control
Values:
War
Fight
Subjects:
Addiction, drug abuse
Conflict
War
Type Classification:
D: Detailed strategies