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Moves towards legal regulation will require a review of the substantial institutional and political obstacles presented by the international drug control system. Specifically, the emerging trend towards exploring legal regulation for internationally controlled substances creates a clear tension with the three UN drug control conventions that unambiguously do not allow it. For more information, check the IDPC Drug policy Guide.

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