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Fact Sheet: International Aspects Of 1991 National Drug Control Strategy
President Bush presented the third National Drug Control Strategy to the Congress on January 31, 1991. He stated: "Our strategy is comprehensive. . . . Our strategy works. And the thrust of our strategy remains the same: cutting down the supply and then suppressing the demand."
The international strategy is to reduce, and ultimately eliminate, the drug threat to US security and the security and stability of other nations. It aims at disrupting and dismantling overseas drug-trafficking enterprises to complement our domestic supply reduction programs and to enhance our demand reduction efforts. It also calls for extending diplomatic initiatives to increase hemispheric trade, improve control mechanism for money laundering and precursor chemicals, and launch joint demand reduction efforts overseas.
The 1991 strategy seeks to enhance the political commitment of drug producer …