Two Wars or One?

LeoGrande, William Mo; Sharpe, Kenneth E.
September 2000
World Policy Journal;Fall2000, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p1
Academic Journal
Offers a look at the change in the policy of the United States regarding its role in the guerrilla and drug trafficking problems in Colombia. Aid package for Colombia and the Andean region; Reason behind the change; Impact to the negotiated settlement of the insurgency.


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