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|德國毒品防治之研究 : 從全球治理角度論析
|The study of illicit drugs prevention in Germany : from perspective of global governance
|毒品防治;全球化;歐盟;聯合國;非政府組織;Illicit Drugs Prevention;Globalization;EU;UN;Non-government Organization
|2012-06-21 06:57:08 (UTC+8)
Globalization has acted as a impulse to encourage international interaction between countries and areas, but it also causes some international problems which cannot be solved by any single country, one of them is illicit drugs. Germany traditionally deals with illicit drug problems through penalties for drug abusers and traffickers; however this is only a temporary solution and can not totally combat illicit drug crimes. With the European Union’s fifth enlargement and the 4 free movements in single market, the illicit drug crime has became a cross-border issue, especially in Europe and the United States.
Under the globalization background, Germany starts to reinvestigate the drug problems through traditional drug policy perspective and concludes the drug problems into two categories. First is to aim at the source of the drug and starts to tackle on the regions where drugs are produced as the main prevention focus. Second, via legal sanction, Germany stops any types of illicit drug being transported to Germany directly and deals with drug addiction with treatment and counseling, and defines it as a disease, rather than a crime.
At the EU regional level, 27 Member States also set up a judicial cooperation mechanisms of drug problem as internal affairs, and legal regulations as well. At the international level, Germany and EU are both important participators of the international drug cooperation, and implement drug-related Convention regulated by the United Nations and other international anti-drug Regimes. States of Germany (Land) play its role as front line of the internal drug prevention. There are also many drug-related NGOs in Germany, EU and in the World, which play a media role in drug prevention.
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