The international community must ensure that Afghanistan’s postwar order doesn’t lead to more heroin flooding the market–especially in Central Asia by Ustina Markus OSH, Kyrgyzstan–The military successes against the Taliban make the issue of the postwar order in Afghanistan more acute each day. One matter that merits immediate attention is the opium/heroin problem in the […]

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