Podcast (Audio only)
The illegal drug problem has posed challenges to the United States and Latin America for many decades. While efforts to disrupt the cultivation, processing, and trafficking of drugs to the United States have shown mixed results, the drug trade continues to pose serious threats to citizen security, economic prosperity, environmental conservation, human rights, and democratic governance throughout the hemisphere.
How is the U.S. reforming its policies to address this problem and show sustainable results?
- Director, President and CEO, Wilson Center
- Director of Drug Control Policy at the White House
- Director of the Research Center on Drugs and Security, University of the Andes, Colombia; and President of the Government of Colombia’s Advisory Commission on Drug Policy
- Ambassador of Uruguay to the United States
- Chief White House Correspondent for The Washington Post