The Internationalization of the War on Drugs and Its Potential for Successfully Addressing Drug Trafficking and Related Crimes in South Africa
Shereda, Joseph P, The George Washington Journal of International Law and Economics
The current decade has brought revolutionary change to onceapartheid South Africa. Nelson Mandela, a political dissident imprisoned for twenty-seven years,1 was released from prison and led Black South Africans in their quest for equality and democracy. The realization of these ideals became possible when former President F.W. de Klerk and his National Party agreed to write a new interim constitution and to hold the first democratic elections in the nation's history.2 De Klerk and Mandela, the principal negotiators of the interim constitution, finalized it in 1993.3 The first elections took place in April 1994, and Mandela's African National Congress (ANC) …
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Publication information: Article title: The Internationalization of the War on Drugs and Its Potential for Successfully Addressing Drug Trafficking and Related Crimes in South Africa. Contributors: Shereda, Joseph P - Author. Journal title: The George Washington Journal of International Law and Economics. Volume: 31. Issue: 2 Publication date: January 1, 1997. Page number: 297+. © George Washington University, National Law Center 1996/1997. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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