Harvard International Review

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Towards a Sustainable Future: Reviewing the Millennium Development Goals

Our fall 2015 feature issue, Towards a Sustainable Future: Reviewing the Millennium Development Goals, has hit newsstands! Check out the latest print edition as...
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Winding Down the War on Drugs: Reevaluating Global Drug Policy

Any discussion about transnational organized crime almost inevitably includes the trade in illicit drugs. A 2011 analysis by the United Nations Office on Drugs...
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Crafting US Policy on Drug Trafficking: An Interview with William Brownfield

What are the biggest issues your office is facing today? If you had asked me this question twenty years ago, I would undoubtedly have...
"Soldiers combatting the drug trade in Mexico" By Diego Fernández (autor original) / vendida con "copyright compartido" a la Agencia de Fotografía AP México (autor secundario) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Drug Trafficking and Organized Crime: Connected but Different

First of all, I would like to congratulate the Harvard International Review for this summer edition. It is a wise decision to dedicate an...
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Crime Gone Wild: The Dangers of the International Illegal Wildlife Trade

What widely illegal powdered substance possesses a market value approaching US$100,000 per kilogram? A common guess would be cocaine. However, the answer is actually...

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The Mitigation of China’s Naval Asymmetry via Control of Critical Maritime Chokepoints and the Centerpiece of its String of Pearls in the Indian Ocean

China and the United States are unlikely to ever have anything other than superficial diplomatic relations. Their competing interests and ideological disparities are extensive. The United...