An interview with María José Pizarro, whose father, Carlos Pizarro Leongómez, was a Colombian left-wing politician assassinated in 1990.
We are poor and far from powerful centres of economic and political decision-making. But, we live in the centre of the most important battles—fought from our smallest trenches, communities, neighborhoods, cities, jungles and forests.
In recent years, the region has experienced a new wave of progressive governments. The idea of regional integration has, therefore, returned to the table
Foreign policy experts in the United States have alerted to the growing economic relationship between Latin America and China, a trend only expected to increase in the coming period.
With legislative and presidential elections coming up in Colombia, the supposedly “oldest democracy in Latin America” will see if it can consolidate the most precarious and recent peace on the continent.
The recent victories of the left in a number of municipalities and in elections for the Constitutional Convention have set the stage for a categorical rejection of the legacy of the Augusto Pinochet dictatorship and the building of a new Chile.