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Open Access Protecting the Caribbean from itself: UNDCP and the ganja debate

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Protecting the Caribbean from itself: UNDCP and the ganja debate

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[First paragraph]Drug policy in the Caribbean region provides a testing ground for one of the key themes in the social sciences over recent years, the relationship of knowledge and power. Acting as intermediary between northern donors and the microstates of the region, the organization - United Nations International Control Programme (UNDCP) - applies the models framed by northern expertise even when local experience suggests they are inappropriate. Instead of adapting, in the light of new evidence, the organization mobilizes its resources on stifling dissent.

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