160 countries have refused to admit cancer producers into discussions on limiting the global spread of cigarettes. The countries argued there is a fundamental conflict between the interests of public health and those of cigarette producers. That is obviously true.
Meanwhile, the Lancet reports that, at current smoking rates, 100 million Chinese men will die as a consequence of smoking between 2000-2050. Many will destroy family finances vainly seeking a cure for their ailments.
Cigarette producers generate far more human misery than international terrorism.