ReportNov 30, 2023
Advancing US-Colombia cooperation on drug policy and law enforcement
By Atlantic Council US-Colombia Advisory Group
Consumption and price of the drug has remained stable in the United States in recent years. However, the current trend of falling coca leaf and cocaine prices in Colombia present a natural incentive for coca growers to find alternative forms of income, which could mean a higher rate of success for alternative development programs.
New AtlanticistNov 13, 2023
What Colombia’s ambitious new anti-drug plan means for US relations
By Lucie Kneip and Geoff Ramsey
The Colombian government recently unveiled a new ten-year drug strategy, attempting to break from a half-century of policies that have failed to curb coca production.
New AtlanticistApr 28, 2023
What’s going on in Colombia? A guide to Petro’s cabinet shake-up, Venezuela summit, and future US collaboration
By Geoff Ramsey, Isabel Chiriboga
Despite some friction, Colombia's conference on Venezuela highlighted the potential for Washington and Bogotá to work together.
SpotlightDec 20, 2022
What might be ahead for Latin America and the Caribbean in 2023? Take our ten-question poll and see how your answers stack up
By Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center
How will the region ride a new wave of changing economic and political dynamics? Will the region sizzle or fizzle? Join in and be a part of our ten-question poll on the future of LAC.