Colombia

The Climate Crisis and Aging: Capitalizing on Traditional Knowledge and Innovation

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Dec 20th, 2023

Strengthening Reproductive Autonomy in the Draft Crimes Against Humanity Treaty

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Nov 22nd, 2023

DeSantis Campaign’s Border Proposal Raises Separation of Powers Concerns

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Jul 18th, 2023

Perspectives on Gender Persecution: Colombia’s Transitional Justice Process

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Jun 23rd, 2023

Forced Abortion as an International Crime: Recent Reports from Northern Nigeria

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Dec 23rd, 2022

The FY 2023 NDAA Falls Short on Security Assistance Oversight

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Dec 21st, 2022

Is Colombia Trapped in “War Mode?” In Wake of Truth Commission, New Leftist Government Recalibrates US Ties

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Nov 18th, 2022

How Latin America Could Inspire and Inform the US Fight for Reproductive Justice

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Aug 19th, 2022

Colombia’s Presidential Transition Will Test the Region’s Left and US-Latin America Relations

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Jun 22nd, 2022

Colombia’s `Second Independence?’ Likely Left Victory Marks Historic Shift

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May 25th, 2022

Closure for Colombia, New Scrutiny for Venezuela: ICC Investigations in Latin America

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Nov 15th, 2021

New Ruling Sheds Light on State-Paramilitary Cooperation in Colombia – and on the TVPA

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Oct 15th, 2021

OAS Panel Catalogues Colombia’s Rights Abuses, as President Duque Doubles Down

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Jul 13th, 2021

Duque’s War in Colombia: High Stakes For UN, OAS, and Biden Administration as Human Rights Crisis Spins Out of Control

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Jun 22nd, 2021

US Terrorist Designation for Houthis is Bad for Yemen Even Beyond Crippling Aid Efforts

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Jan 25th, 2021

US-Opposed Probe of Colombia’s Uribe Is Essential Step in Road to Peace

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Nov 18th, 2020

National Security at the United Nations This Week (July 10-17)

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Jul 17th, 2020

Colombian Peace Efforts on Life Support Amid the COVID-19 Response

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Jul 9th, 2020

National Security at the United Nations This Week (April 11-17)

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Apr 17th, 2020

Colombian President’s Veto Threat Challenges Peace Process

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Mar 7th, 2019

For Enduring Peace, Colombia Must Protect Advocates for Rights and Prosecute War Crimes

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Jan 16th, 2019

Hundreds of foreigners are fighting for UAE in Yemen—How war crimes trials may deter them

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May 16th, 2017

How to Move Beyond South Africa’s Notice of Withdrawal from the ICC

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Oct 24th, 2016

International Justice Day Round-Up III: Salvadoran Amnesty Law, Germany Apologizes to Namibia over Genocide, Corporate Criminality, and Colombia Ceasefire

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Jul 20th, 2016

The Complexities of the FARC Deal

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Feb 4th, 2016

Another Historic Moment in the Colombian Peace Process

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Dec 16th, 2015

Transitional Justice Deal Reached in the Colombian Conflict

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Sep 24th, 2015