Cocaine Death Squads and the War on Terror subtitled: US Imperialism and Class Struggle in Colombia, blows the lid on a world where no one is what they say they are and nothing is what it seems.
As a second year student of modern languages at University College London, one of the ominous tasks facing me this year is planning my year abroad. Colombia has long held a fascination for me as my Colombian friends... Read Article
Left-right divides in Latin American politics run as deep and are as sore as an open wound, gashed by the continuous crossing of bullets and beliefs. The clash is historical but remains painfully pertinent in a continent’s search... Read Article
Spending a week in this country’s beautiful capital, Bogotá, was quite an experience. Housed by a “typical” (in their words) middle-class Colombian family in a neighborhood called América Occidental, I couldn’t help but take note of the sheer... Read Article