International Narcotics Trafficking Law and Legal Definition

International narcotics’ trafficking is a federal legislation to provide authority for the identification of and application of sanctions on a worldwide basis to significant foreign narcotics traffickers, their organizations, whose activities threaten national security, foreign policy, and economy of the U.S.

International narcotics control enhances international co-operation by using diplomatic initiatives. It uses both bilateral and multilateral initiatives to reduce cultivation, production, and trafficking illicit drugs. International narcotics control in the U.S. requires cooperation among governments to coordinate their border operations to prohibit traffickers.