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Alcohol & Drugs

Eight things I learnt from the 2018 Global Drug Survey

GDS2018 provides new data on the latest drug trends and crucial public health and policy issues, as well as a range of fascinating facts. Let’s face it, where else would you find out that 30% people can get cocaine delivered more quickly than a pizza?

Alcohol & Drugs

Buying and selling drugs in cryptomarkets

New research from Judith Aldridge and Rebecca Askew examines how drug dealers and buyers operating in darknet drug marketplaces avoid detection and arrest.

Alcohol & Drugs

The Internet and Drug Markets

One of the most interesting themes of the report is the exploration of the reasons why experienced drug users choose to use online drug markets rather than conventional sources of supply.

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