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The Report examines the drug trade in Afghanistan and offers nine recommendations on how the United States and our international partners can strengthen future counternarcofics efforts.

The Report recommends how U.S. policymakers can support our allies in countering illicit activities surrounding the West African drug trade.

The Report outlines how Congress and the Obama Administration can combat transnational organized crime by strengthening anti-money laundering laws and regulations in the United States.

The Report provides recommendations on how the United States government can support Caribbean nations in avoiding the high levels of violence and drug trafficking faced by Mexico and Central America

The Report outlines key steps that the Obama Administration and Congress can take to reduce the massive U.S. demand for illegal drugs. In 2010, about 9 percent of Americans aged 12 and older were current illegal drug users. This is the highest rate of illegal drug use in the past decade.

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