By William B. McAllister
Drug Diplomacy is the 1st finished historic account of the evolution of the worldwide medicines keep an eye on regime. The publication analyzes how the principles and rules that surround the drug query got here to be framed. by means of studying the foreign historic features of the problem, the writer addresses the numerous questions surrounding this international problem.
together with insurance of gear from heroin and cocaine to morphine, stimulants, hallucinogens and alcohol, Drug Diplomacy addresses:
* the ancient improvement of drug legislation, drug-control associations, and attitudes approximately drugs
* overseas regulate negotiations and the connection among the drug query and matters comparable to alternate coverage, nationwide safety matters, the chilly warfare and clinical considerations
* the explanations why the aim to do away with drug abuse has been so difficult to complete.
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Extra resources for Drug Diplomacy in the Twentieth Century: An International History
Enter America 34 The advent of the United States as a Western Pacific power provided the final catalyst leading to international drug control. American traders and manufacturers disliked opium because they believed it reduced Chinese demand for other goods. With no effective ability to project power on the Asian mainland, the United States attempted instead to gain access to Chinese markets by currying favor with Imperial authorities. In 1887 Washington barred American ships from carrying opium to China.
Drugs through the ages to 1920 29 Hamilton WRIGHT (1867–1917). United States. Physician claiming expertise in tropical diseases. Became addicted to the cause of opium suppression upon first exposure in 1909. Abrasively enthusiastic, his outspoken dedication caused irritation even among allies. Bishop Brent assumed the presidency of the meeting, leaving physician Hamilton Wright to lead the American offensive. Dr. Wright’s reputation as an expert in tropical medicine and experience in the Far East earned him a place on the US delegation.
Officials in London generally agreed that Great Britain’s interests were best served by maintaining Chinese territorial integrity. British sales and investments were more widespread throughout the Middle Kingdom than were those of any of her rivals. The opium habit clearly contributed to China’s weakened position. With the Liberal electoral victory of 1906, the English anti-opium coalition gained supporters. The new government soon intimated its willingness to curtail the India-to-China trade. The Chinese government reached a similar conclusion at approximately the same time.
Drug Diplomacy in the Twentieth Century: An International History by William B. McAllister