A Sensible Answer to Southeast Asia’s D…

In February of 2003, then-Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra launched a bloody “war on drugs” that lasted for three months and resulted in police killings of 2,800 suspects, only half of whom were later found to have anything to do with drugs. The rest may simply have been in the wrong place at the wrong time or were people a deeply corrupt police force wanted to get rid of.

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