Adam Isacson

Washington Office on Latin America

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Senior Associate for Regional Security Policy for the Washington Office on Latin America; former director of the Latin America security program at the Center for International Policy

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In 1964, Colombian peasant farmers—virtual slaves of urban landowners--formed the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, known as the FARC.

After Decades of war in Colombia, peace has a chance

In 1964, Colombian peasant farmers—virtual slaves of urban landowners--formed the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, known as the FARC.

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Donald Trump appeals to Republican voters by repeating his promise to build a "big, beautiful" wall on the US-Mexico border.

Reality at the Mexican Border

Donald Trump appeals to Republican voters by repeating his promise to build a "big, beautiful" wall on the US-Mexico border.

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Succeeding governments of Colombia have been fighting against the Revolutionary Armed Forces — abbreviated the FARC — for 50 years.

After 50 Years of Guerilla Warfare in Colombia, Peace Is in Sight

Succeeding governments of Colombia have been fighting against the Revolutionary Armed Forces — abbreviated the FARC — for 50 years.

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