P. E. Caquet is an associate at Hughes Hall, University of Cambridge. His books include The Orient, the Liberal Movement, and the Eastern Crisis of 1839-41 and The Bell of Treason: The 1938 Munich Agreement in Czechoslovakia.
Upending all we know about the war on drugs, a history of the anti-narcotics movement's origins, evolution, and questionable effectiveness.
Opium's Orphans is the first full history of drug prohibition and the 'war on drugs.' A no-holds-barred but balan...[SEE MORE]