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Colombia
Election year politics are complicating implementation of Colombia’s peace deal. The next president could seek significant changes.
The peace deal has laid bare the tension underlying two distinct – but reconcilable – economic visions for the country.
For decades, Magín Díaz's musical influence went unrecognized. Now, Grammy nominations in hand, he's making up for lost time.
Geography and a lack of security have stunted Colombia's infrastructure development. The country needs to be connected for peace to take hold.
Ignoring corruption would be akin to treason.
Colombia's inspector general reflects on the challenges facing the next government.
Without conflict to bring them together, Colombians are confronting their differences, and engaging in the messy business of democracy.
Conectar las agendas de seguridad, paz y desarrollo será crucial para aprovechar los logros recientes.
Developing rural areas will be hard – and expensive. How will Colombia pay for it?
From guerrilla to presidential candidate, Gustavo Petro's rise encapsulates the divisions, fears and hopes permeating Colombian politics today.

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