Opinion

In Bogotá, a simple apartment renovation can cause legal headaches and neighborly disputes.

Richard McColl discovers that something as seemingly simple as an apartment renovation can be a big challenge in Bogotá.
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Colombia approaches an historic moment as neighbors struggle.

Colombia prepares for an historic moment even as Latin American neighbors struggle with crises both natural and manmade.
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Kim Jong-Un stands with North Korean military leaders.

As North Korea works to expand its economy, a growing nuclear program cuts off any benefits at the root.
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Conflicts like the civil war in Syria have thrived without adequate leadership

Without stronger global leadership, the Middle East is unlikely to resolve multiple longstanding conflicts.
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Crowds at FILBo wait to meet YouTube star German Garmendia

Steve Hide takes on the vlogging trend after a famous YouTuber crashed Bogotá’s FILBo book fair over the weekend.
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Hillary Clinton

Dr. Larry Goodson looks at a potential Clinton presidency drawing clues from her foreign policy past and present.
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Donald Trump

Dr. Larry Goodson looks at American foreign policy under a Donald Trump presidency and sees an unrecognizable approach.
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Frank Pearl

After four years of peace talks — and with more in the works — Colombia struggles to combat “peace fatigue” and keep hopes up.
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Thomas Van Der Hammen Reserve in Bogotá

Saving Bogotá’s Reserva Thomas Van Der Hammen means using sound logic and legal arguments, not attacking a politician.
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Drugs captured in Colombia

Michael Cox and John Collins argue that the war on drugs has failed, and the world should take a new approach.
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Opinion-cyber

One of the biggest obstacles to the peace deal between the Colombian government and FARC is dealing with the vocal online opposition.
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FARC peace process

Don’t be mistaken, the peace accord in its current form
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President Obama

In signing the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act, U.S. President Barack Obama takes an economic stand against slavery.
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Moped riders

Colombians say they’re happier than anyone else — and by a pretty wide margin — so what’s the secret to their success?
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Censored

A recent Colombian scandal prompts reflection on the curious, questionable compulsion behind the political penis selfie.
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Aedes

Zika, pesos, peace and highways pose challenges and opportunities for Colombia this month.
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