- “A Fight by Other Means: Keeping the Peace With Colombia’s Farc” (International Crisis Group, November 30, 2021).
Colombia’s 2016 peace deal was a landmark achievement, convincing the FARC guerrillas to disarm and enter civilian life. Yet much remains to be done to show insurgents that they can redress their grievances through ordinary politics. The country’s leaders should recommit to finishing the job
- Antony J. Blinken, “Revocation of the Terrorist Designations of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Farc) and Additional Terrorist Designations” (U.S. Department of State, November 30, 2021).
It is a crime to knowingly provide material support or resources to Segunda Marquetalia and FARC-EP, or to attempt or conspire to do so
- Christopher Sherman, “Honduras Leftist Leader Could Present Opportunities for Us” (Associated Press, Associated Press, November 30, 2021).
If Xiomara Castro’s wide lead in Honduras’ presidential election holds, her leftist government could present challenges, but also opportunities for a Biden administration that has struggled with how to work on the country’s problems
- Arturo Angel, “Crece Letalidad Con Amlo: Ejercito Mata en Enfrentamientos a Mas de 500 Civiles y Lesiona a 89” (Animal Politico (Mexico), November 30, 2021).
La brecha entre civiles muertos respecto a los que son detenidos o lesionados ha crecido en comparación con sexenios pasados
- “No Queda de Otra” (Hope Border Institute, November 30, 2021).
This summer, HOPE spoke to dozens of people on the move in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico and posed the question: “What led you to leave your home?”