"A call for the reform of outdated drug laws that only make drug problems worse."
"The risk for advocates of strict drug control measures, he says, is that if the international treaties aren't significantly reformed, countries may simply decide to bow out of them completely. There is, in fact, a mechanism within the treaties for countries to do precisely that: they can simply leave the treaties and then re-join with "reservations" that allow them to ignore whichever portions of the treaties they object to. Bolivia has already done so, citing its objection to the ban on coca-leaf chewing by indigenous people."
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