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Daniel Black
Published on: April 22, 2016
Letter from Cúcuta
After the Peace

Life in Colombia’s contraband capital points to the problems that will remain after the country concludes its peace accord with the FARC.

Russell Crandall is a professor of American foreign policy at Davidson College and a contributing writer at TAI. His latest book is The Salvador Option: The United States in El Salvador, 1977-1992 (Cambridge, 2016). M. Haley Rhodes is a senior public health and Hispanic studies double major. Both were members of Davidson’s annual ten-day Colombia Staff Ride, which visited Bogotá, Cúcuta, and the Colombian military’s main base at Tolemaida. The authors would like to thank Marcus and Carole Weinstein for their generous, decade-long support for this academic excursion.
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