Colombia has faced internal armed conflicts for more than 54 years, including against revolutionary groups.
New law enforcement data indicates that not only has cocaine not disappeared, but it might be poised to make a U.S. resurgence.
The answer to the U.S. drug abuse epidemic involves reducing consumer demand. Jailing and rehabilitating drug offenders has proved to be ineffective.
Despite several strategies to eradicate domestic cocaine production, Colombia still struggles with a massive drug cultivation and manufacturing problem.
FARC in Colombia: The U.N. has taken control of 17 shipments of weapons and nearly 7,000 former insurgents have been demobilized.
Marijuana and coca crop eradication has been performed since the 1970s in Colombia without any real impact on the drug trade; Trump looks to reinstate it.
Colombia: A homemade bomb placed in a women's bathroom rocked one of the busiest shopping centers in the nation's capital Saturday, killing three people.
Will Saturday's new peace accord with the FARC guerrilla group fare better than the June deal? While the referendum was a major blow to the government, it did net President Juan Manuel Santos the Nobel Peace Prize, underscoring the monumental importance of ending the conflict and the strong backing of the international community.
Colombian voters narrowly defeated a peace treaty with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia on Sunday in a surprise victory for ‘no’ voters.