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Colombia
2016-07-22

Paraguay’s Curuguaty Case: Forgotten Murders, A Botched Trial, and A Broken Justice System

By Maria Fabrizio, Research Associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs On July 12, 2016 a judge in Paraguay sentenced

Colombia
2016-07-20

Brazilian Prosecutor Declares Dilma Rousseff Not Guilty of Budgetary Maneuvers

By Desirée Mota and Sophie-Anne Baril, Research Associates at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs To download a PDF version of

Colombia
2016-07-20

The Temer Administration and the Threat to the Southern Regional Integration Process

By Raiesa Frazer, Research Associate, and Aline Piva, Research Fellow, at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs To download a PDF

Colombia
2016-07-20

German President Denounces Chilean Human Rights Abuses in Colonia Dignidad

By Ernesto Cicchitelli and Ivan Valladares, Extramural Research Associates at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs To download a PDF version

Colombia
2016-07-19

Small Victory for Canada’s First Nations Reveals Large Problems

By Eli Cain, Research Associates at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs To download a PDF version of this article, click

Colombia
2016-07-21

Comment on Brazilian Prosecutor Declares Dilma Rousseff Not Guilty of Budgetary Maneuvers by Laudo Paroni

You're lying! That's not what the Prosecutor said. He said there are no documents that show the order of Dilma to commit the offenses. Quite obvious, is not it? Know someone who commits crimes and documenting these crimes? Dilma is not known for her intelligence, but let's not exaggerate.

Colombia
2016-07-20

Comment on War in Peace: Exploring the Roots of El Salvador’s Gang Violence by Francis H.

You present a really unique perspective, but in all honesty a perspective that speaks the truth and pleads for a sensible solution to a sadly complicated situation. Maybe in another piece you could present a few ideas that could further a humane path to peace?

Colombia
2016-07-18

Comment on Applauding the Ceasefire between the FARC and Colombian Authorities and Looking to the Challenges Ahead by Guillermo De Castro

The leaders of FARC shall not be giving any immunity for the crimes they committed over the many years they inflicted terror pain and death to many innocent, government officials, police officers and soldiers that were trying to eradicate this "jungle cowards" that were using the excuse of been fighting for social equality and a better Colombia by blowing up oil pipelines that destroyed the en...

Colombia
2016-07-15

Comment on Cable Cars in Quito: A Positive Solution by Dan

I went to the Cable Cars in La Paz, Bolivia. Amazing loved it, for me it was more of a tourist attraction but locals use it as mean of mass transportation. Clean , quiet ,secure, FUN!

Colombia
2016-07-08

Comment on The Pink Tide Recedes: End of An Era? by Felipe Bruno

In the face of the tragic consequences of chavismo for the Venezuelan people, its utterly disappointing to read biased and shallow analysis that keep repeating the same old mantras about the ¨progressive¨ nature of a hyper-corrupt regime that has militarized the country and destroyed its well established democracy beyond recognition. Chavismo is much closer today to some form of neo-fascism tha...

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