In her most recent article, Natalia Valencia writes about the recent announcement of Colombia joining NATO as a ‘global partner’ and what this means for a region that has become wary of not just U.S. hard power and policy toward Latin America, but of Western intervention on the whole.
After half a century of conflict, peace in Colombia is within arms reach. Program Editor Ashley McIntyre highlights the situation in Colombia and updates us on what’s happening now in the peace process.
After 50 years of warfare and nearly three years of negotiations, Colombia’s government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, have signed a breakthrough peace commitment. Last week in Havana Cuba, President Santos and FARC leader Timoleon “Timochenko” Jimenez presided over a ceremony where the broad outlines of a peace deal were defined. Read More…
Daniel Waring describes the ongoing peace talks between the Colombian government and FARC rebels, and why nothing can stop the negotiations now.
Daniel Waring discusses the potential setback of peace talks between FARC and the Colombian government after another deadly clash between the two groups.