The Geopolitics of Plan Colombia

Petras, James
May 2001
Monthly Review: An Independent Socialist Magazine;May2001, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p30
Focuses on the geographical and political aspects of the United States (U.S.) policy called Plan Colombia. Relation of Plan Columbia to the Radical Triangle of the U.S. Armed Forces; Adverse effects of U.S. involvement in overseas wars.


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