This is an August 2007 copy of a website maintained by the Center for International Policy. It is posted here for historical purposes. The Center for International Policy no longer maintains this resource.

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Last Updated: 8/20/07

August 20:

Updates to this site will be infrequent in August and September as we make some fundamental changes to the site's structure.

One of those changes is nearly ready: view the beta version of our online database of Latin American security news coverage.

CIP Analyses: The Center for International Policy opposes large increases in military aid and supports a negotiated settlement to the conflict. Read research papers and shorter memos explaining our positions.

U.S. Military and Police Aid: Our current summary table of aid, information about the debate over aid for 2006 and previous years, recent news coverage, a timeline of events, other groups' analyses and our special focus on Arauca and Putumayo.

U.S. Government Information: Government reports and fact sheets, legislation and statements from officials and legislators, notes about key policymakers, and information about private contractors.

Peace Initiatives in Colombia: Information about the combatants, key figures in Colombia's government, a timeline, and overviews of negotiations with the FARC and ELN guerrillas.

News: Links to recent coverage in the media about Colombia's conflict and U.S. aid, in-depth series, opinion pieces and web news sources.

Weblog: Read and participate in "Plan Colombia and Beyond," the Colombia Program's weblog.

Links: Information about human rights, peace and security, and drug policy from other organizations, both governmental and non-governmental.

Upcoming Events: Forums, seminars, congressional hearings and other activities taking place in North America.

Información en español: Documentos y otras informaciones disponibles en este sitio, entre ellas un informe regular sobre la política de Washington hacia Colombia.

Staff: The people behind CIP's Colombia Program.

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The Center for International Policy offers a comprehensive source of information and analysis about Colombia's conflict, peaceful efforts to end it, and the United States' increasing military involvement.
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