The President of the Philippines used his inaugural United Nations speech to lash out at human rights campaigners who are in the line of fire in the country's war on drugs
There are real-world consequences to misleading stories about the powerful opiate.
In this episode of 'The War On Drugs Show' we look at two countries' approaches to the issue. Portugal, where possession is decriminalised, and the Philippines, where drug users are regularly shot dead.
A report from the International Drug Policy Consortium warns that legal markets have been captured by corporations and are not set up to redress harms brought on by the war on drugs.
Researchers found that microdosing acid works as an effective, non-addictive method of pain relief.
A site admin has claimed Empire was paying a hacker $15,000 a week to leave them alone, before shutting up shop and fleeing with user funds.
Charting the drug's journey from the medical tents of the Vietnam War, through the nostrils of ravers at nightclubs and after-parties, and back to the world of medicine.
Four Canadians are legally allowed to use magic mushrooms for end-of-life therapy. We spoke to one of them, Laurie Brooks, about how it has helped her.
People assigned female at birth have adverse reactions to drugs almost twice as often as their male counterparts.
It’s a huge uptick from 2019 in this key transit nation where the president has been implicated by drug traffickers.
Yuen Ye Ming faces 20 years of jail time and the maximum of 24 strokes of the cane in Singapore, where caning remains to be a form of judicial corporal punishment.
Since the enforcement of lockdown, India’s drug busts are seeing higher quantities of opium and marijuana as dealers attempt to smuggle drugs through creative ways.