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From poppies to meth: How Afghanistan is changing the global drug-trafficking landscape for good

The recent discovery that the world’s most fertile breeding ground for heroin is also home to the plant used to make the main ingredient in crystal meth went largely unnoticed in the mainstream media; but as Policing Insight’s Chris Allen explains, it has huge consequences for organised crime both internationally and in the UK.

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