Stop Funding Southeast Asia’s Brutal Drug War

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Advertisement Opinion Supported by Stop Funding Southeast Asia’s Brutal Drug War Little pink meth pills are becoming more popular in the region than heroin or even marijuana. The United States is making the crisis worse. By Patrick Winn Mr. Winn is an American journalist in Southeast Asia. March 12, 2019 BANGKOK — In the fall of 2015, I witnessed a late-night kidnapping. The perpetrators weren’t seeking cash, gold or any kind of ransom. They didn’t bother to wear masks.

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