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Colombia and the United States : War, Unrest, and
Colombia and the United States : War, Unrest, and
Colombia and the United States : War, Unrest, and
Colombia and the United States : War, Unrest, and

Colombia and the United States : War, Unrest, and Destabilization (Open Media Series)

Product ID : 17337209


Galleon Product ID 17337209
UPC / ISBN 1583226060
Shipping Weight 0.4 lbs
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Binding: Paperback
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Manufacturer Brand: Seven Stories Press
Shipping Dimension 7.01 x 5 x 0.51 inches
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Author Mario A. Murillo
Brand Brand: Seven Stories Press
Number Of Pages 232
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 2003-09-02
Release Date 2003-09-02
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About Colombia And The United States : War, Unrest, And

Every year the United States spends millions of dollars to help the war-ravaged country of Colombia. But help it with what? In Colombia and the U.S. Mario Murillo explores the misdirected and devastating impact that U.S. military "aid" continues to have on the war torn-people of Colombia. Beginning with a brief history of Colombia, Murillo analyzes the complex forces driving Colombia's current decades-old guerilla war, U.S. involvement, media perceptions, and possible paths to peace. Whether it has been the U.S.-led war against "drug trafficking," the newly constituted "war against terrorism," or, as we have seen over the last two years, a convenient marriage of the two, the main effect has been to allow the U.S. to further expand its role in Colombia. The foundations of Colombia's social, political, and military conflict are rarely addressed by U.S. policy. Murillo describes Colombia's history of institutionalized corruption, state neglect, far-reaching poverty, and political violence and how they precede by decades the introduction and expansion of the drug trade.Colombia and the U.S. argues that the conflict in Colombia is not about drugs, nor guerrillas, nor "terrorism," but rather about the unwillingness of the country's elite to open up spaces for truly democratic participation in areas of economic and social development and political representation.