Colombia and the U.S. have been partners for more than 17 years. Now with a peace accord and rising coca cultivation, what happens if the U.S. cuts its aid by more than 21% as proposed?
The Kuczynski government is struggling with growing organized crime, involved in everything from coca cultivation, narcotics trafficking and illegal mining. Here’s how the U.S. can help.
The debate should no longer be about how democratic or authoritarian the government of Nicolas Maduro has become. It should be how criminal it’s become—a question that opens up a whole new set of policy challenges.