A data-driven report measures compliance with peace accord commitments.
A narrative of how illegal timber traders corrupted security, judicial, and other government officials in Santander.
Explores appropriate possible roles for the armed forces in combating rising deforestation.
The annual security situation overview produced by researchers at Bogotá’s Fundación Paz y Reconciliación.
A review of data in Colombia, Peru, and Chile finds that “Venezuelan immigrants commit substantially fewer crimes than the native born, relative to their share in the overall population.”
A very critical book-length set of studies and essays about the human rights and peace implementation situation two years into the Duque government.
A summary of a more detailed scientific study of risks to reproductive health posed by glyphosate, the herbicide that the U.S. and Colombian governments wish to resume spraying from aircraft over coca-growing areas.
A detailed discussion of the FARC’s demobilization, disarmament, and initial reintegration process.
A narrative of the Havana peace process with the FARC, focusing on how negotiators dealt with key questions.
A narrative of the period of informal talks that led to the 2012 launch of formal peace negotiations between Colombia’s government and the FARC.