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by Gabriel Marcella
This monograph, with an introduction by Dr. Gabriel Marcella, includes four short, but interesting and important papers presented at a conference on Plan Colombia, sponsored by the Strategic Studies Institute of the . Army War College and the North-South Center of the University of Miami.
Plan Colombia: Some Differing Perspectives. This volume in our "Plan Colombia" series contains four expert presentations which were made to the February 2001 Miami symposium. Authored by Dr. Gabriel Marcella, GEN (RET) Charles E. Wilhelm, Colombian General Alvaro Valencia Tovar, Dr. Ricardo Arias Calderon, Mr. Chris Marquis. The writers are a high-ranking retired military commander from Colombia and one from the United States, a leading Panamanian political figure, and a . As might be expected, they look at the complex dilemma of Colombia from somewhat different angles.
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Plan Colombia was a United States foreign aid, military aid, and diplomatic initiative aimed at combating Colombian drug cartels and left-wing insurgent groups in Colombia. The plan was originally conceived in 1999 by the administrations of Colombian President Andrés Pastrana and . President Bill Clinton, and signed into law by the United States in 2000.
Colombia and UNGASS 2016 Colombia can play a critical role in the negotiations leading up to the 2016 Special Session of the Unit-ed Nations General Assembly on the World Drug Problem (UNGASS 2016). No other country in the region, aside from Mexico, has had to confront the challenges to political stability and violence that Co-lombia has faced in the last three decades.
Mr Hari says that Plan Colombia has helped some of the narco-related violence move from Colombia to northern Mexico. If I was a Colombian, I'd be glad it wasn't happening here, but that is not a solution," he told the BBC. 2. More victims
Mr Hari says that Plan Colombia has helped some of the narco-related violence move from Colombia to northern Mexico. More victims. Although the aim of Plan Colombia was to reduce violence, in the first eight years there was an increase in the number of victims affected by the internal conflict. More than 800,000 people said they were victimised in 2008, according to the government's Unit for Victims
Plan Colombia played a key role in reducing such lawlessness and .
Plan Colombia played a key role in reducing such lawlessness and helping to reassert the authority of the Colombian state.
Second, of necessity, Plan Colombia must include strong military and counternarcotics components. Third, Colombia has the military forces necessary to deal with the violence in the country, but the armed forces and the police need training, equipment, and mobility assets. Finally, he argues that there are no cocksure short-term answers to Colombia s problems.