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Colombia 2008: Has FARC Demise Been Greatly Exaggerated?

Colombia 2008: Has FARC Demise Been Greatly Exaggerated?

By Hudes DesrameauxCSMS Magazine Staff WriterColombians across the world celebrated the independence of their country last July 20 in a context of great incertitude among the FARC leadership and tempered confidence within the Colombian army, arguably...
Ingrid Betancourt’s release, the return of the U. S. Fourth Fleet and John McCain Latin America tour

Ingrid Betancourt’s release, the return of the U. S. Fourth Fleet and John McCain Latin America tour

By Yves DussetSpecial to CSMS magazineWhile Democrat Barack Obama embarks up on a historic, patriotism tour which began with a speech delivered in Independence Missouri on Monday to end on July 4th, Republican candidate John McCain is touring Latin America....
Can the death of Marulanda finally bring peace to Colombia?

Can the death of Marulanda finally bring peace to Colombia?

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers The news came in last Sunday when Timoleón Jiménez, a commander of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) confirmed the death of Manuel Marulanda, the longest surviving guerilla leader in modern-day Latin America. ...
As election draws near, the Revolutionary Arm Forces of Colombia (FARC) urges Colombian citizens to go to the polls

As election draws near, the Revolutionary Arm Forces of Colombia (FARC) urges Colombian citizens to go to the polls

By Elizabeth PancavaFor the first time in nearly 20 years, the FARC urges not only its followers to go to the polls, but also all citizens of the country. Colombia, with several guerilla factions fighting against the government and with the military establishment...

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