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Report of the International Narcotics Control Board for 2006

Contents

Foreword

Explanatory notes

  1. Internationally controlled drugs and the unregulated market
    1. Background
    2. Selected features of the unregulated market for drugs
    3. The demand for the unregulated market
    4. Some emerging issues
    5. Requirements of a regulatory system
    6. Conclusions
    7. Recommendations
       
  2. Operation of the international drug control system
    1. Narcotic drugs
    2. Psychotropic substances
    3. Precursors
    4. Evaluation of overall treaty compliance by selected Governments
    5. Evaluation of the implementation by Governments of recommendations made by the Board subsequent to its country missions
    6. Measures to ensure the implementation of the international drug control treaties
    7. Special topics
       
  3. Analysis of the world situation
    1. Africa
    2. Americas
      1. Central America and the Caribbean
      2. North America
      3. South America
    3. Asia
      1. East and South-East Asia
      2. South Asia
      3. West Asia
    4. Europe
    5. Oceania
       
  4. Recommendations to Governments, the United Nations and other relevant international and regional organizations
    1. Recommendations to Governments
    2. Recommendations to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
    3. Recommendations to the World Health Organization
    4. Recommendations to other relevant international organizations

Annexes

  1. Regional groupings used in the report of the International Narcotics Control Board for 2006
  2. Current membership of the International Narcotics Control Board