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Social leader killings

All part of a plan? Study throws light on social leader...

"The killing of civilian leaders is a tradition here. Something which in other countries would be considered a huge scandal is somehow normalised in Colombia," says the CCJ's Camilo Bonilla, co-ordinator of a ground breaking report into activist deaths.

Opinion: No easy way out for Venezuela

Photo by Arjun Harindranath Many around the world are hoping for change in Venezuela but the troubled country...
ELN Colombia

Opinion: Beating the drums of war

Thursday’s attack by the left-wing National Liberation Army (ELN) guerrilla group at the General Santander Police Academy...

Opinion: What is ‘nea?’

What does it mean to be nea? Photo by Arjun Harindranath “¿Usted sí sabe qué es nea?” was...

A crosshair on their backs: the seemingly unstoppable crisis behind the...

The killings of social leaders continue unabated in Colombia. The assailants and motives behind the killings vary...

Only muppets like Christmas

Christmas is a riot of over consumption and greed argues our columnist.

Easier said than done – regional cooperation in Latin America’s new...

By Sergio Guzmán and Patricio Provitina The newly elected presidents...

Notes on a financial panic that never was

Last week there was quite a bit of noise regarding an ongoing campaign to boycott Grupo AVAL, the...

Opinion: The great debaters

The debate proposed by Senators Angelica Lozano, Gustavo Petro and Jorge Enrique Robledo to discuss the corruption scandals that involve some of the most...
Ivan Duque cabinet

Opinion: 100 days of ‘meh’

The first 100 days of President Duque have passed by. Critics and supporters  of the president have rushed to evaluate his first three months...