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The New Masters of Barranca

The New Masters of Barranca

by Adam Isacson

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 »

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?

by Adam Isacson

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

by Adam Isacson

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 »

The Trend Toward Unilateralism in U.S. Foreign Policy

by Wayne Smith

Nov-01-1999 | Report

On May 20-21, 1999, CIP and the Royal Institute of International Affairs, based in London, co-hosted a conference in Washington to discuss the pros and cons of what many see as a disturbing trend toward unilateralism in U.S. foreign policy.... Read More »

Managing Conflict: Lessons from the South African Peace Committees

by Nicole Ball, Chris Spies

Nov-01-1998 | Report

In 1948, South Africa instituted a system of racial separation known as apartheid. Apartheid legalized social, economic, and political discrimination favoring the white minority. It governed the allocation of jobs; limited the access of nonwhites to social services such as health, education, and housing; and severely restricted ownership of land.... Read More »

A Quick Tour of U.S. Defense and Security Assistance to Latin America and the Caribbean

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Jul-06-1998 | Report

the U.S. relationship with Latin America's militaries is quite strong, according to a year-long study carried out by the Center for International Policy and the Latin America Working Group. What has changed since the cold war is the rationale for cooperation and the ability of Congress and the public to oversee military cooperation programs.... Read More »

Spreading good practices in security sector reform: Policy options for the British Government

by Nicole Ball

Jan-01-1998 | Report

The international community increasingly recognizes that security sector reform is fundamentally a governance issue. Development practitioners must therefore be centrally involved in this process, alongside a wide range of other actors.... Read More »

El Salvador's Death Squads: New Evidence from U.S. Documents

by Lauren Gilbert

Mar-07-1994 | Report

Lauren Gilbert investigates the rash of killings in El Salvdor in October and November of 1993 of ranking members of the former rebel movement, the Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN), threatened to undermine El Salvador's hard-won peace and threw into doubt the likelihood of free and fair elections.... Read More »

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