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Published on: April 17, 2014
A Letter from Cali
Colombia’s Protean Drug War

Past victories against Colombia’s narco-businesses have shifted trafficking patterns within and across borders. Now resurgent violence and shadowy new drug lords have returned to threaten the country’s newfound prosperity.

Russell Crandall is professor of international politics and American foreign policy at Davidson College. He previously served as Principal Director for the Western Hemisphere at the Department of Defense and President Barack Obama’s national security aide for the Andes.
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