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Author Fijnaut, Cyrille J. C. F

Title The Third Way : a Plea for a Balanced Cannabis Policy
Published Leiden : BRILL, 2015


Description 1 online resource (238 pages)
Series Nijhoff Law Specials
Nijhoff law specials.
Contents The Third Way:A Plea for a Balanced Cannabis Policy; Copyright; Contents; Preface; 1: General Introduction: A Way Out of the Deadlock; 1.1 The Subject of this Discourse; 1.2 A Framework of Basic Concepts; 1.3 The Structure of this Book; 2: The United Nations and Cannabis Policy; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 The Conventions of 1912, 1925, 1931 and 1936; 2.3 The Conventions of 1961 and 1968; 2.4 The Current Debate within the United Nations; 2.5 Conclusion; 3: Cannabis Policy in the Americas; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 The Prohibition Era in the United States, 1919-1933
3.3 The American Legalization Debate in the 1980s3.4 The Legalization of Cannabis in the Americas; 3.4.1 The Development in the United States; 3.4.2 The Development in Canada; 3.4.3 The Development in Uruguay; 3.5 Conclusion; 4: Cannabis Policy in the European Union; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 The Origin of the Policy Pursued: Two Committees of Inquiry; 4.3 The Schengen Agreement and Drug Policy; 4.4 The Present Drug Policy of the European Union; 4.4.1 Is there Room for the Legalization of Cannabis?; 4.4.2 The Gravity of the Cannabis Problem
4.5 The Current Policy Developments in the Member States4.6 Conclusion; 5: The Dutch Cannabis Policy; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 The Naive Starting Point in the 1970s and 1980s; 5.3 The Ratification of the Convention Against the Smuggling of Drugs; 5.4 The Reconsideration of the Policy in 1996 and 2004; 5.4.1 The Tightening of the Coffeeshop Policy; 5.4.2 The Fight Against Illicit Cannabis Cultivation; 5.4.3 The Legalization of Cannabis for Medical Use; 5.5 The Development, Organization and Functioning of the Illicit Cannabis Cultivation; 5.6 The Cannabis Problem and the Problem of the Coffeeshops
5.6.1 The Zeeland Border Area: Terneuzen5.6.2 The Brabant Border Area: Task Force B5; 5.6.3 The Limburg Border Area: Maastricht; 5.6.4 The Problems in the Inner City of Amsterdam; 5.7 The Tolerated Sale and Use of Cannabis Around 2010; 5.8 The Proposals of the Van de Donk Committee; 5.8.1 The Revision of the Coffeeshop Policy; 5.8.2 The Struggle Against Illicit Cannabis Cultivation; 5.9 Conclusion; 6: General Conclusion: Towards a Third Way; 6.1 The Reformulation of the Question; 6.2 A Preliminary Matter: The Reconsideration of the Drug Treaties
6.3 The Regulation of Alcohol and Tobacco: A Good Example?6.4 The Legalization of Cannabis in the European Union: The American Way?; 6.4.1 The Green Gold Rush; 6.4.2 The One-Sidedness of the Economic Approach; 6.4.3 The Main Objectives of Legalization; 6.4.4 The Real Consequences of Legalization; 6.4.5 The Neglect of Public Health; 6.4.6 The Harmfulness of Cannabis Use; 6.5 The Regulation of Cannabis in the European Union: A Proposal for Discussion; 6.5.1 The Principles of the Proposal; 6.5.2 The Prevention of Cannabis Use by Young People
Summary What is sensible when it comes to developing and implementing a policy with regard to products which in the case of regular use are harmful, but which at the same time exert a strong attraction, even so strong that people (may) become dependent on or addicted to them? This question relates to many illicit drugs, but these days it is, both nationally and internationally, mainly related to the policy regarding the production, distribution and consumption of cannabis. Generally speaking, the legalization of cannabis in Uruguay and in some states of the United States of America, in particular Colo
Notes 6.5.3 Three Acceptable Forms of Cultivation and Consumption
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Cannabis.
Drug legalization.
Marijuana -- Law and legislation -- Europe.
Marijuana -- Law and legislation -- Netherlands.
Marijuana -- Law and legislation.
Form Electronic book
Author Ruyver, B. de (Brice)
ISBN 9004293183
9789004293199 (electronic bk.)