Like it or lump it, Christmas is a major event in the calendar year. We listen to both sides of the argument with two people who share very differing views on the festive period
Lucas Peña explains that the peace process is crucial but it is not the only step on the path to peace.
Jenny Boyle expresses her opinions about the recently implemented trial of women-only Transmilenio sections. The Transmilenio debate has opened up a nasty can of worms...
Faye Griffiths points out that while condemning the environmental catastrophe in Putumayo, we should also spare a thought for the equivalent catastrophes caused by our day to day lives.
Continuing our coverage from the fallout of the Hebdo massacre, our outspoken columnist Oli Pritchard finds himself in the unusual position of being the voice of reason
While some might say that questionable connections are a part of political life, Mike Mackenna argues that Gustavo Petro gave special treatment to his in-laws and their connections at the expense of the city.
On Trial is a Bogotá Post feature in which we will put someone or something from the Colombian news “on trial”, trying to explain the perspective of both their fans and their critics. In this edition we put on trial the outgoing Bogotá mayor Gustavo Petro.
Dr David Hoile argues that Colombia should review its membership of an institution that finds itself unable to credibly respond to allegations of selectivity, racism, incompetence and impotence.
Francisco González is proud of his education, but less so of his university’s views Based on the premise that any private university is entitled to...
Siddharth Mohan draws interesting conclusions between Colombia and Sri Lanka regarding the end of a longstanding conflict on the other side of the world.