The drug problem in the Commonwealth of Independent States is rapidly becoming serious. Because multilateral discussions on controlling the drug trade have not resulted in any significant progress, bilateral agreements remain the primary means of cooperation by ROGER D. KANGAS LIKE OTHER INTERNATIONAL BODIES, THE Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) lists drug trafficking as a […]

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