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Narcopolitics and the Legalising of Cannabis: The Turning Tide of Drug Policy in the Americas

Narcopolitics and the Legalising of Cannabis: The Turning Tide of Drug Policy in the Americas
Added on 14/06/2018

Matthew Bishop is Senior Lecturer in International Politics at the University of Sheffield, where he also earned his PhD and began his academic career. In the interim, he spent seven years at the University of the West Indies, firstly as Lecturer and then Senior Lecturer in International Relations. He has held visiting positions at Warwick University (as Transatlantic Fellow), the Institute of Social Studies (in the Hague), the Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies, and Wuhan University in China. Matt is currently the managing editor of the Caribbean Journal of International Relations & Diplomacy, and he has undertaken consultancies on behalf of various organisations, including the UK Department for International Development (DfID), The Commonwealth Secretariat, The United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, and Project Ploughshares. Matt’s main area of research interest is the political economy of development, with a particular focus on small states, the independent and non-independent territories of the Caribbean, and, increasingly, global patterns of growth and development after the crisis.

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