Prince Charles and his wife Camilla caused a stir while on their official royal visit to Colombia recently and, since their departure, the situation has only got more heated. Harriet Marsden explains how the memorial to British Colonial invaders was destined to cause a furore from the outset.
Lucas Peña explains that the peace process is crucial but it is not the only step on the path to peace.
Our correspondent Ellis Carver argues that the official account of the recent FARC attack in Cauca may not be the whole truth
After the resignation of the defence minister last year, there have been immediate repercussions. Is this is a one-off, or a promising sign for the future?
Adriaan Alsema rejects the polarisation of Colombians into “allies” and “enemies” of peace
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
Following on from the recent ruling on gay adoption in Colombia, our columnist reflects on the couples and children who lose out because gay adoption is not legal
Travis Crockett questions whether the Ley Seca law is really the answer to combating post-World Cup violence...
Adriaan Alsema argues that French media could look very different after the Charlie Hebdo attacks Following the massacre at the office of satirical magazine Charlie...
No doubt you’ve all heard the horror stories: Western travellers in Latin America getting on the wrong side of the law, naively or otherwise,...