Colombia’s Peace 2.0

Yes, it’s peace agreement signing time again in Colombia. If you have been overwhelmed by the presidential elections in the US then you’ll be forgiven for having missed the issues at stake here for Colombia’s Peace 2.0. Background to Colombia’s Peace 2.0 Having hammered out a peace agreement which was negotiated from November 2012 until Read more about Colombia’s Peace 2.0[…]

Six Days and Counting

Six days and counting, that’s what it says on the huge digital and illuminated Zuluaga stopwatch placed on his campaign headquarters in Chapinero, Bogotá. Six Days and counting until the electorate (hopefully more than those who deemed it appropriate in the first round) decide on the least worst candidate to run the country for the Read more about Six Days and Counting[…]

The Revolution has Evolved in Colombia

The mist is low over the mountains and as the rain falls in Bogotá, the weather appears to reflect my feelings about the current scandals and political situation in Colombia. I’ve been scouring the news since 5.30am and despite being a news junky there is so little broadcast to really suggest the miasma of trouble Read more about The Revolution has Evolved in Colombia[…]

Salaciously Delicious Smear Campaign: The Colombian Presidential Elections

Can you believe this run in to the Colombian Presidential elections? I can’t. The rattle of tit for tat wars of words on the campaign trail ends up revealing aspersions with more than a grain of truth to them. “My dear Richard, everything in Colombia happens so fast that the latest scandal is always the Read more about Salaciously Delicious Smear Campaign: The Colombian Presidential Elections[…]

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