Australia has won a decisive victory against tobacco interests using trade deals to challenge plain packaging laws. But don't expect that to deter similar threats against other nations.
Tobacco has imposed a terrible toll on global health, but it could be used to produce the molecules we need to fight COVID-19.
The history of Paraguay's role in the global illicit tobacco trade, and its implications.
How industry-funded data on tobacco smuggling exaggerates the scale of the problem.
While many of its Asian neighbours are striving to get smoking under control, Indonesia is the stubborn exception.
Surely, no bookmaker will take bets on what the principal recommendation of Leyonhjelm's wasteful exercise will be: that tobacco tax should fall.
Cancer Council Victoria is contesting British American Tobacco's request for survey data about teenagers' smoking habits. Here's the story of a UK research group who faced a similar request.
Restricting entities such as tobacco companies' use of FOI laws is not the best legal response if it helps public bodies generally become more secretive.