- Statement of Gene R. Haislip before the Commerce Committee Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations June 7, 2001
- Address of Gene R. Haislip, Esq. before the Annual Meeting of National Association of State Controlled Substances Authorities in Charleston, South Carolina, Oct. 27, 1998
- An Address by Gene R. Haislip, B.A., LL.B., LL.M. Before the Interpol Conference of Heads of National Drug Services In Antwerp on April 29, 1998
- Address of Gene R. Haislip before the Third Committee of the 47th Session of the United Nations General Assembly, November 3, 1992
The Urgent Need for a Convention on Counterfeit Drugs
The problem of counterfeit drugs has escalated in virtually all countries, and there is no hope of stopping it without a stronger international regulation. As I pointed out in my testimony before Congress, there is no DEA or other police forces focused on this issue.
The UN can be the forum for addressing this problem with a suitable convention because it has developed models for the control of narcotics and dangerous drugs which have been successful. The convention I have proposed is an outline of the minimum requirements for control of the commerce, and could serve as a framework for development of a more elaborate.
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