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Khat in Kenya: why efforts to ban this popular stimulant are unlikely to work

By Neil Carrier, Associate Professor in Social Anthropology, Department of Anthropology and Archaeology, University of Bristol
Khat is classified as a cash crop in Kenya, but its detractors say it is a harmful product and some regions have moved to ban it.The Conversation

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