The U.S. does not combat drug trafficking; it manages it, according to its geopolitical interests.
The criminal element in Venezuela makes it more difficult to achieve a negotiated solution to the current crisis.
[U]nlike Netflix, the real drug world no longer revolves around the drug lords alone.
It should concern Duque ... that he is going to chat about international policy, peace agreements with FARC, and cocaine cultivation with the unpredictable Trump.
Trump’s presidential demeanor was short-lived, and he soon began [blaming] immigrants ... for virtually all of American society's ills.
One can compare what Pence said to someone recommending that a starving child living in a remote village ask his father to feed him a balanced diet. It is a cruel joke.
<i>The secretary of state today starts his tour of Mexico, Argentina, Peru and Colombia</i>
America is not a continent but an ensemble of values. And the threatening shadow of China and Russia extends over them; two countries that have an economic influence on the region, but who are foreign to their democratic [Read more]
The calamity of criminality is drug trafficking’s worst by-product. The best way to fight it is by decriminalizing drugs and by legalizing tolerance.