A new strategy in Afghanistan to combat the opium trade draws on US experience curbing cocaine shipments in Latin America.
Relevance, responsiveness, interactivity is the new road map to success.
Officials nabbed Daniel Rendón Wednesday. Colombia has used extradition and technology to make headway against drug lords.
Business elites and conservative governments worry about his opposition to free-trade deals.
Colombia's independent Historic Memory Group hopes that airing the country's grisly past can help end the decades-old war.
The Shared Responsibility program aims to educate US and European cocaine users about the environmental damage of cocaine production.
The Franco-Colombian politician was freed from a jungle rebel camp last week. Now Bogotá's buzzing with talk about her political future.
A top leftist rebel commander turned herself in Sunday. Colombia's government is touting the move as the latest in a series of devastating blows to the leftist rebels.