Stories about Colombia from November, 2005
Plan Colombia and Beyond makes the very worthwhile observation that “nobody is proposing to fumigate Sequoia National Park.”
John Guzman has the latest on the eruption of Galeras volcano as well as Shakira's new album, which will be in English.
Plan Colombia and Beyond focuses on the often overlooked northern province of Chocó.
Boz uses a rainy day to hammer out some thoughts on President Uribe's chances of reelection after the passing of a new Colombian law allowing for successive presidential terms.
Adam Isacson sits down with Putamayo governor, Carlos Palacios to discuss the state's progress, or lack thereof since Plan Colombia first began five years ago.
Adam Isacson posts an English translation or an article he wrote in the Colombian daily, El Espectador about recently approved U.S. foreign-aid bill for 2006.
Jaramillo uses the scientific method to answer the question, are Colombians friendlier than anyone else.
Plan Colombia and Beyond explains the significance of Hernando Cadavid's murder by “demobilized” ex-paramilitaries.