Martin Elvins' book is the first to trace the evolution of anti-drugs policies at European Union level from the late 1960s to the present. Phases of drug policy development, key policy actors and institutions are described with particular reference to the influence of transnational networks of expertise. Policy development is placed in the context of both European integration and a broad harmonization of international policies against drug trafficking. Concerns are also raised about secretive and anti-democratic features on intergovernmental EU decision-making.
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Author Biography - Martin Elvins
MARTIN ELVINS is a Lecturer in European Politics at the University of Dundee. He has a PhD from the Department of Politics and International Relations, Lancaster University.