We must reinvent rusty old conflict models, or we will never escape the vicious cycle of war countering war. Violence isn't the answer to seemingly intractable problems. And yet, we're only as brilliant as the tools we've learned to use.
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IBAGUE, Colombia — The campaign rally feels like a cross between a civics lecture and a revival meeting. The bespectacled former university rect...
Over the past ten days, I was amazed to see window with signboards for Antanas Mockus, the presidential candidate of the Green Party. It's the Colombian version of the Obama syndrome.
If Antanas Mockus of Columbia is elected, he will be the first Green president in the world.
James Carville moves in powerful circles in the U.S. What's less commonly known, however, is that he is also a virtual kingmaker in Latin America.
There is an anecdote circulating in Washington. It is about a meeting between the Colombian foreign minister Bermudez and the president of the Senate ...
How many countries in the world could elect as its next president someone who dropped his pants and mooned a disrespectful audience of students?
By Nadja Drost - GlobalPost
BOGOTA, Colombia -- He got married on an elephant. He dispatched mimes into the streets to shame drivers into respectin...
Presidential candidate Antanas Mockus is a potential ray of light in Colombia's political miasma of corruption.
In terms of its potential political and geopolitical importance for the wider region, a Mockus victory cannot be understated and would turn conventional politics in Colombia on its head.
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