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Developing Counter-Narcotics Policy in Central Asia: Legal and Political Dimensions” is a Policy Paper published by the Joint Project on Narcotics, Organized Crime and Security in Eurasia. This research initiative is conducted by the Silk Road Studies Program, Uppsala University, and the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, Johns Hopkins University-SAIS. It is authored by Kairat Osmonaliev.
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  Developing CounterDeveloping CounterDeveloping CounterDeveloping Counter----Narcotics Narcotics Narcotics Narcotics PolicPolicPolicPolicy in Central Asiay in Central Asiay in Central Asiay in Central Asia Legal and Political Dimensions Legal and Political Dimensions Legal and Political Dimensions Legal and Political Dimensions Kairat OsmonalievKairat OsmonalievKairat OsmonalievKairat Osmonaliev SILK ROAD PAPERSILK ROAD PAPERSILK ROAD PAPERSILK ROAD PAPER January 2005January 2005January 2005January 2005  Developing Developing Developing Developing CounterCounterCounterCounter----Narcotics Narcotics Narcotics Narcotics PolicyPolicyPolicyPolicy in Central Asiain Central Asiain Central Asiain Central Asia:::: Legal and Political DimensionsLegal and Political DimensionsLegal and Political DimensionsLegal and Political Dimensions Kairat OsmonalievKairat OsmonalievKairat OsmonalievKairat Osmonaliev © © © © 2004 2004 2004 2004 Silk Road Studies ProgramSilk Road Studies ProgramSilk Road Studies ProgramSilk Road Studies Program and and and and Central AsiaCentral AsiaCentral AsiaCentral Asia----Caucasus InstituteCaucasus InstituteCaucasus InstituteCaucasus Institute Joint Project on Narcotics, Organized Crime and Security in EurasiaJoint Project on Narcotics, Organized Crime and Security in EurasiaJoint Project on Narcotics, Organized Crime and Security in EurasiaJoint Project on Narcotics, Organized Crime and Security in Eurasia info@silkroadstudies.orginfo@silkroadstudies.orginfo@silkroadstudies.orginfo@silkroadstudies.org    “Developing Counter-Narcotics Policy in Central Asia: Legal and Political Dimensions” is a Policy Paper published by the Joint Project on Narcotics, Organized Crime and Security in Eurasia. This research initiative is conducted by the Silk Road Studies Program, Uppsala University, and the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, Johns Hopkins University-SAIS. It is authored by Kairat Osmonaliev. Dr. Kairat Osmonaliev was a visiting Fellow at the Silk Road Studies Program, Department of East European Studies, Uppsala University, in Spring and Summer 2004. Prior to his stay at the Program, Dr. Osmonaliev was Chief of the Legal and International Cooperation Section at Kyrgyzstan’s Drug Control Agency. He also served for three years as Chief of the Department of Analysis at Kyrgyzstan’s State Commission of Drug Control. Concurrently, Dr. Osmonaliev holds a Chair of Criminal Law at Chui University. He received his Ph.D. degree (Kand. Nauk) in Jurisprudence from the Academy of Management under the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Moscow. His Dissertation theme was Criminal Legal Measures on Illicit Drug Trafficking Prevention. He holds the military rank of Major. © Silk Road Studies Program and Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, January 2005 ISBN: 91-85031-03-8 Printed in Canada Distributed in North America by: The Central Asia-Caucasus Institute Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies 1619 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, D.C. 20036, U.S.A. Tel. +1-202-663-7723; Fax. +1-202-663-7785 E-mail: caci2@jhuadig.admin.jhu.edu Distributed in Europe by: The Silk Road Studies Program Uppsala University Box 514, SE-75120 Uppsala Sweden Tel. +46-18-471-2217; Fax. +46-18-106397 E-mail: info@silkroadstudies.org
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