White Papers of the Chinese Government (2000-2004)

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Table of Contents
The One-China Principle and the Taiwan Issue (February 2000) 
Fifty Years of Progress in China's Human Rights (February 2000) 
The Development of Tibetan Culture (June 2000) 
Narcotics Control in China (June 2000) 
China's National Defense in 2000 (October 2000) 
China's Space Activities (November 2000) 
China's Population and Development in 
the 21 st Century (December 2000) 
Progress in China's Human Rights Cause in 2000 ( April 2001) 
The Development-oriented Poverty Reduction 
Program for Rural China (October 2001) 
Tibet's March Toward Modernization (November 2001) 
Labor and Social Security in China (April 2002) 
China's National Defense in 2002 (December 2002) 
Ecological Improvement and Environmental 
Protection in Tibet (March 2003) 
History and Development of Xinjiang (May 2003) 
China's Non-Proliferation Policy and Measures (December 2003) 
China's Policy on Mineral Resources (December 2003) 
Progress in China's Human Rights Cause in 2003 (March 2004) 
China's Employment Situation and Policies (April 2004) 
Regional Ethnic Autonomy in Tibet (May 2004) 
China's Social Security and Its Policy (September 2004) 
China's National Defense in 2004 (December 2004)
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Persisting in drug control according to law. In accordance with the general plan of exercising the rule of law, we have persisted in setting up and perfecting a system of laws and regulations concerning drug control, administered and controlled narcotics, psychotropic substances, and precursor chemicals, prevented and punished drug-related crimes. We have resolutely cracked down on various illegal activities involving drugs, started drug addiction treatment and rehabilitation, corrected, cured and rescued drug addicts, so as to guarantee that drug control work proceeds in a law-governed manner. 
-Formulating the working principle of "promoting '4-in-1 prohibitions'simultaneously, eradicating sources of drugs and obstructing their channels of trafficking, enforcing the law strictly, and solving the problem by examining both its root causes and its symptoms." While prohibiting drug abuse, trafficking, cultivating and manufacturing, we lay equal stress on the control of illicit supplies and the prevention of drug abuse, forbid and crack down on all illegal activities involving drugs. 
-Taking the prevention of drug abuse by teenagers as a basic project in drug control. As for teenagers, we put stress on education and protection, adopt various powerful measures, organize and coordinate relevant government departments and various mass organizations to perfect the preventive work, and educate youngsters to treasure their lives and refuse drugs. 
-Actively participating in and promoting international cooperation in drug control. The Chinese government supports international drug control co-operation, and earnestly implements three propositions in this regard: adhering to the principle of extensive participation and shared responsibilities; comprehensively implementing an overall and balanced international drug cantrol strategy; and attaching great importance to alternative development to promotea solution to the drug problem for good. 
In China, drug control is led by governments at all levels, in the care of the drug control departments of public security authorities, co-administered by relevant government functional departments and participated in jointly by mass organizations. In 1990, the Chinese government set up the National Narcotics Control Commission (NNCC), composed of 25 departments, including the Ministry of Public Security, Ministry of Health and General Administration of Customs.
White Papers of the Chinese Government (2000-2004)