Robert Charles

former Assistant Secretary of State for International Narcotic and Law Enforcement Matters

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Formerly Assistant Secretary of State for International Narcotic and Law Enforcement Matters (2003-2005) and author of Narcotics and Terrorism: Links, Logic, and Looking Forward

Robert Charles on KCRW

As a US Senator, Barack Obama said, “The war on drugs is an utter failure.” Many narcotics agents, prosecutors and judges agree. New York may repeal tough anti-drug laws.

Is it Time to Cease Fire in the War on Drugs?

As a US Senator, Barack Obama said, “The war on drugs is an utter failure.” Many narcotics agents, prosecutors and judges agree. New York may repeal tough anti-drug laws.

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Is It Time to Cease Fire in the War on Drugs?

As a US Senator, Barack Obama said, "The war on drugs is an utter failure." Many narcotics agents, prosecutors and judges agree.

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