New Atlanticist Aug 5, 2022
Colombia’s first leftist president is taking office. What should the US expect from him?
By Atlantic Council experts
We reached out to our top Latin America minds to break down what a Gustavo Petro presidency will mean for this longstanding strategic relationship.
EnergySource May 6, 2022
Colombia can lead the energy transition in Latin America
By Juan Gomez
Colombia’s geography gives it a chance to take a leadership role in Latin America’s energy transition. But to do so, Colombian leaders will first need to address indigenous concerns, remove barriers to investment, and fix long-standing mismanagement issues.
US-Colombia Task Force
The Atlantic Council’s US-Colombia Task Force, co-chaired by Senators Roy Blunt (R-MO) and Ben Cardin (D-MD), is a nonpartisan, binational, and multi-sectoral group created to strengthen US-Colombia diplomatic and economic ties. Through timely expert insights, it advances whole- of-society solutions with broad support in Colombia and the United States to address the most challenging policy issues affecting Colombia, while also promoting US interests in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC).
Experts of the Americas – Episode 11: Polarization in Colombia
Lina Torres, Director of Knowledge Management and Strategy at Movilizatorio, and Camila Hernandez, Assistant Director and Colombia Lead at the Latin America Center, discuss polarization in Colombia. Watch the episode to find out what divides and what unites the Colombian people.
Experts of the Americas – Episode 10: Promoting sustainable development in Colombia’s Pacific region
María Isabel Ulloa, executive director at ProPacífico, and Camila Hernandez, assistant director and Colombia lead at the Atlantic Council, discuss the importance of promoting sustainable development in Colombia’s Pacific Region.