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Contributor PerspectivesJun 20, 2019 | 09:45 GMT
Italian journalists rally in Rome in defense of press freedom on Nov. 13, 2018.
Why Good Reporting Isn't Dead
Threats of violence, staff reductions, hesitant publishers -- it's enough to make a journalist want to give up (and many, sadly, have). But as a recent investigative series in Brazil highlights, important work endures.
SnapshotsMar 26, 2019 | 19:51 GMT
Colombia: An Opposition Party Gives Peace a Chance
The terms of a peace deal to end Colombia's decades-old civil war might have a future after all, government opposition notwithstanding. On March 26, the Colombian Liberal Party began posting billboards across the country in defense of the previous administration's peace agreement with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).
GuidanceApr 29, 2017 | 18:06 GMT
The Stratfor Global Intelligence Weekly for May 1, 2017
Global Intelligence: Week of May 1, 2017
For all the White House's efforts to downplay the 100-day benchmark of the Trump presidency, which came April 29, the president himself appeared to have been the most preoccupied with the public referendum on his performance that the date invited.
AssessmentsAug 19, 2016 | 09:45 GMT
Investing in a Possible Colombian Peace Deal
Investing in a Possible Colombian Peace Deal
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos hopes by year's end to finalize a peace deal with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) that would end five decades of conflict. The deal could open rural parts of Colombia for business, including for mineral extraction, tourism and agribusiness. But even if the
AssessmentsJun 8, 2016 | 09:15 GMT
A member of the Venezuelan national guard stands watch at the Tachira River, at the Colombian border. Criminal activity, driven in part by smuggling, will persist in parts of the border region.
Surveying Colombia's Criminal Landscape
The Colombian government and the FARC are progressing toward a peace deal that is poised to end more than five decades of armed conflict. Over the next few months, the dialogue is expected to continue, advancing on the topics of a final cease-fire and the demobilization of the militants. A peace agreement with the FARC would significantly reduce politically motivated violence in the country. But criminal violence and illegal activities, including drug trafficking and extortion, will continue to pose isolated, localized risks to residents and foreign visitors in Colombia.
AssessmentsApr 7, 2016 | 09:30 GMT
After Peace, Colombia Will Still Struggle
Colombia is at a historic juncture. After 52 years of fighting, the country is on the verge of a peace agreement with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, known as the FARC. But this historic deal will only solve some of Colombia's problems, which extend well beyond security. With oil
AssessmentsMar 30, 2016 | 23:35 GMT
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro (C), Colombian lead negotiator Frank Pearl (C-L), and the ELN guerrilla known as Antonio Garcia (C-R) are pictured with members of their delegations at Miraflores presidential palace in Caracas on March 30.
Another Rebel Group Takes Steps Toward Peace in Colombia
The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) is in the final stages of formal peace talks with the government, a factor that put pressure on the ELN, which, with about 3,000 members nationwide, is significantly smaller than the FARC. Because of its small size, refusing to negotiate would have enhanced prospects for the ELN's destruction by the Colombian military.
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