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Plan Colombia’s

Plan Colombia’s "Ground Zero"

by Ingrid Vacius

Apr-02-2001 | Report

Ask longtime residents what Putumayo was like more than twenty years ago, before coca entered the picture, and they describe a place that sounds too good to be true.... Read More »

The New Masters of Barranca

The New Masters of Barranca

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Apr-02-2001 | Report

Yolanda Becerra, an easygoing, dignified woman of perhaps fifty years, is cheerfully patient with gringos who come to her office asking naive questions.... Read More »

Arms Trade: U.S. Outsells All Others Combined: 1999 Scorecard: U.S. $11.4 Billion, Rest of World $11.3 Billion

by James Morrell, David Lockhead

Dec-04-2000 | Policy Brief

At a time of unprecedented involvement of first-world nations in the affairs of developing countries, it is imperative for people everywhere to take a critical look at the nature of that involvement.... Read More »

"Plan Colombia": The Debate in Congress, 2000

by Ingrid Vacius

Dec-04-2000 | Policy Brief

U.S. relations with Colombia improved instantly in August of 1998, when Andrés Pastrana became the South American country’s new president.... Read More »

Is Plan Colombia Dead? The Truth Behind the NUmbers

by , Ingrid Vaicius, Abbey Steele

Oct-27-2000 | Policy Brief

The Clinton Administration’s $1.3 billion aid package for Colombia and its neighbors, which was introduced in January and became law in July, raised a great deal of controversy... Read More »

Snatching Defeat from the Jaws of Victory

by James Morrell

Aug-07-2000 | Policy Brief

Haiti's Aristide Had the Votes to Win, Yet Cheated and So Drained His Win of Legitimacy... Read More »

CIP Memo to Senate Staff

by , Ingrid Vaicius

Jun-20-2000 | Policy Brief

The 2001 Foreign Operations Appropriations bill (S. 2522) is to come to the floor very soon, possibly later today or tomorrow... Read More »

CIP Position on U.S. Aid Package

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Apr-08-2000 | Policy Brief

The Center for International Policy shares the belief that the United States must act quickly to support Colombia with a large aid package... Read More »

The Colombian Dilemma: After half a century of fighting, can a fragile peace process succeed?

The Colombian Dilemma: After half a century of fighting, can a fragile peace process succeed?

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Feb-07-2000 | Report

At first, it sounds all too familiar. A Latin American country is plagued by inequality, rural neglect and militarism.... Read More »

Getting in Deeper: The United States’ growing involvement in Colombia’s conflict

Getting in Deeper: The United States’ growing involvement in Colombia’s conflict

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Feb-07-2000 | Report

It had been in the works for some time, and the government in Bogotá and observers in Washington had expected Congress to put it in the 2000 budget the previous fall.... Read More »

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