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NCJ Number: 151454 Find in a Library
Title: European Community's Anti-Drug Efforts: An Analysis of the Legal Framework of EC Anti-Drug Strategies After the Treaty of Maastricht: Part 1
Journal: International Enforcement Law Reporter  Volume:9  Issue:9  Dated:(September 1993)  Pages:359-364
Author(s): B L Baer
Date Published: 1993
Page Count: 6
Type: Issue Overview
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: France
Annotation: This article analyzes the legal framework the European Community (EC) has used to develop, pursue, and expedite its large-scale antidrug policies.
Abstract: The article proposes to: (1) provide a bibliographical survey of the state of affairs of legal EC antidrug activities; (2) analyze the scope of the legal foundations on which the Community intends to base its antidrug policy after the Treaty of Maastricht; and (3) discuss several court decisions relating to anti-drug strategies. Part 1 is included here; the other two parts will follow in future issues. Footnotes
Main Term(s): Controlled Substances
Index Term(s): Crime prevention measures; Foreign laws
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