A gringo roundtable of analysis on the Colombia-FARC peace agreement from various journalists in Colombia.
My review of ‘Oblivion’ by Hector Abad Faciolince, which describes the life of a progressive paisa doctor killed by paramilitaries.
SUMMARY: Over 70 pics of the socialist graffiti that decorates Colombia’s National University in Bogota.
SUMMARY: An overview on narcoterrorism and its lack of awareness in the developed world.
SUMMARY: Explaining the politically incorrect definition of “uribismo,” as it was explained to me by a proud uribista.
SUMMARY: Brief overview of Plan Colombia, the US-funded strategy to stabilize the country.
SUMMARY: Story of two women from a rural Cauca torn apart by guerrilla-paramilitary violence.
SUMMARY: Brief history written by Michael Reid’s Forgotten Continent on the armed conflict in Colombia involving FARC, ELN, paramilitaries, and of course the Colombian state.
SUMMARY: I discuss the security and militarization climate in Colombia.
SUMMARY: Why I believe Colombia will emerge to be a dynamic economy and one of the most influential countries in Latin America.
SUMMARY: I live in Colombia, and I blog, so I must blog about Medellin, Colombia paisa rocker Juanes, even though his music is poxy.
SUMMARY: A slew of shorts about The Mick’s past, alcoholism, taste in women, slang, and stories from Bogota, Colombia.
SUMMARY: I reply to my first hate comment discerning the difference between Latinos who take advantage of gringos and those truly in need.