Relaxed societal controls, changing cultural influences, economic instability, and rising crime have resulted in a sharp increase in illicit drug use in Russia since the late 1980s. Russia has also become an important transit route for drugs from Central Asia and other major producer countries. Little headway has been made in tackling these problems by […]

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