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Colombia news and analysis from The Nation
July 6, 2022
In Colombia and Chile, Latin America Is Returning to Democracy
But is the Biden administration listening?
June 24, 2022
In Colombia, “a Government of the Callused Hands”
In Francia Marquez’s hometown, those have suffered the brunt of the violence and inequality are welcoming a new future.
November 22, 2021
Francia Márquez Mina Confronts Colombia’s “Politics of Death”
The first Black woman to run for president in Colombia has ignited a movement.
June 9, 2021
The Kids Are Reimagining International Solidarity
Millennial and Gen Z activists are connecting their struggles at home to the workings of US empire in Palestine, Haiti, Colombia, and other countries.
May 11, 2021
Colombian Protesters Are Ready for the Long Haul
After nearly two weeks of protests against neoliberal reforms and police violence, Colombia’s conservative government has refused to make any major concessions. The demonstrations continue.
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October 30, 2020
Could Colombian Politicians Help Trump Win Florida?
The Trump campaign is using disinformation and red-baiting tactics exported from Colombia to sway Florida’s Latinx vote.
September 28, 2020
Colombians Take On Their Militarized Police
The police killing of an unarmed civilian in Bogotá has brought a new scrutiny to police violence in the country.
December 12, 2019
Colombia’s Peace Deal Paved the Way for Its Historic Protests
The country’s ongoing strikes are the largest in recent memory, and may not have been possible without a 2016 agreement that ended its 50-year-long war with the FARC.
October 3, 2019
An Unstoppable Movement Takes Hold
The United Nations secretary general recounts the successes of the UN Climate Action Summit and the tough road ahead to ensure the survival our species.
September 24, 2019
‘The Graveyard of Migrants’: Traveling Through the Most Dangerous Jungle in the World
After surviving the Darien Gap, refugees describe their detainment in Mexico as the “real hell.”