Thursday, May 6, 2010

Opium Bibliography


2001, November, the collapse of the economy, and 300&. "Opium production in Afghanistan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia." Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. (accessed May 6, 2010).

 2008, as more areas in the north, centrally appointed officials allegedly reached power-sharing agreements over drug routes.Today, even as fewer provinces cultivate opium, licit GDP increases, much of the Afghan state remains politically, as earnings from drug cultivation, processing, smuggling inject cash into Afghanistan's agricultural, consumer, labor, construction markets. Despite measured international confidence in Afghanistan's current minister of interior, northeast went poppy-free, a growing number of international bodies active in Afghanistan confidentially indicate that provincial, profit, international officials, political officers in Afghanistan were reporting that the northeast border provinces of Kunduz, Baglan, Takhar were crisscrossed with drug-, weapon-smuggling routes, that in newly poppy-free Badakhshan, and local commanders. "The Good and Bad News about Afghan Opium - Council on Foreign Relations." Council on Foreign Relations. (accessed May 6, 2010).

"Afghanistan's poppy politics." Gale Database. (accessed April 22, 2007).

"The Holy Men of Heroin: Afghanistan has been ruined by war. But it does one job better than anyplace else in the world: produce opium." Gale Database. (accessed December 6, 1999).

"The Opium Brides Of Afghanistan." Gale Database. (accessed May 7, 2008).

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