Rodrigo Duterte and the Drug war in the Philippines.
Duterte's war on drugs has been reprimanded and envisioned as a war on poor people. An American correspondent won a Pulitzer prize leading on photographs taken by Filipino picture takers of the demise of medication pushers or clients or both in the ghettos of Metro Manila and the congestion of rumpled surrenderees and prisoners in a Quezon City detainment focus. The alert about the selling and.
The death toll from the Philippines’ vicious war on drugs initiated by President Duterte has climbed to over 3,500. The violence isn’t isolated to Filipinos. Maria Aurora Moynihan, the.
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In the end, the war on drugs is not a war to be won or lost; it all boils down to personal choice; to do drugs, or not to do drugs. Hopefully the choice is not to do drugs. Also, the complete ceasing of illegal drug smuggling into the United States is virtually impossible. For one, the 2,000 miles of border separating the U.S. and Mexico, as well as the coastal areas, make it tough to stop all.
See photos from inside Rodrigo Duterte’s bloody war on drugs in the Philippines by James Nachtwey Since Duterte took office in late June, more than 6,000 people have been killed in his campaign to.
The War on Drugs This paper discusses the strategies the government should take to combat the illegal use of drugs. This essay reflects on the way in which the the war on drugs is a losing battle in the United States. It suggests a strategy that focuses on the adverse medical affects of drugs on the body, rather than a militaristic one.
Democracy, Human Rights, and Militarism In the War on Drugs in Latin America TNI, Cedib and Inforpress Centroamericana, 1997 The following essays present insights into the various levels of military involvement in the war on drugs and the implications of this involvement in terms of democracy and human rights in the Western hemisphere.