Are Republicans about to re-polarize and undermine the policy consistency (and success) around U.S. policy toward Colombia? Those listening to Uribe’s concerns may want to remember his brother, Santiago.
This week Colombia’s Senate approved an amended peace accord. The modifications weren’t enough to persuade former-President Uribe, but will they be enough to persuade Colombian citizens?
There are a number of parallels between the shocking vote results in Colombia and the UK and the current U.S. presidential election. Could a similar surprise occur November 8th?
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos is not the only president to have wagered his legacy on the possibility of peace. But securing both his legacy and peace will require avoiding the mistakes of past negotiations.