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The efforts to reach a solution to Honduras’s political crisis, which saw the expulsion of the president after a military takeover, are moving to a climax. All the more reason for the United States to take a stand on principle and oppose the dangerous return of military adventurism to Latin America, says Adam Isacson.
(This article was first published on 23 July 2009)
A decision by Colombia’s president to alter the constitution and run for a third term would have momentous political consequences, says Adam Isacson of the Center for International Policy.
A chain of scandals revealing the operation of Colombia's deep state presents the country's main ally with a grave choice, says Adam Isacson.
The release of Ingrid Betancourt and her fellow-hostages is another stunning blow to the besieged Farc rebel movement. All the more reason for Colombia's military and its Washington backers to be careful in the next stage of a long war, says Adam Isacson.
Colombia's raid on a guerrilla camp across its border exposes the region's dangerous political and military fractures, says Adam Isacson.
The United States could play a decisive new role in helping a crisis-ridden Colombia move toward being a modern democracy. In the wake of George W Bush's brief visit to Bogotá, Adam Isacson assesses the chances of a policy shift in Washington.