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On Monday, the scintillatingly entitled talk Opium Trade in Afghanistan: Implications for Human Rights, Security and Public Health was held in IAB 501. Bwog’s resident lotus-eater Clava Brodsky couldn’t help but delay her return to her suite and stop by. “Let’s face it, we’re not going to turn Kabul, Afghanistan into Des Moines, Iowa.” –Colonel Louis H. […]

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The CU Students for Sensible Drug Policy invite you to a round-table discussion on the ‘Opium Trade in Afghanistan: Human Rights, Security and Public Health.’ Colonel Louis H. Jordan Jr., NYU’s Jake Sherman and journalist John Duncan will discuss how Afghanistan’s lucrative drug trade jeopardizes social and political stability. Free samples are probably out of […]

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