Forget what you think you know about Colombia. It’s not all cocaine and Pablo Escobar. Rather, Colombia is a key pillar of stability and security in South America – as well as an economic leader. This week, Heritage expert Ana Quintana explains the steps Colombia and the US must take in order to secure this peace and progress.

 

Show Notes:

Steps the US Must Take to Secure Peace in Colombia

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  1. colleenb Member
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    Thanks for this interview. I have a friend who migrated from Colombia and he did not like the agreement with FARC. When I get a chance to see him again, I will have to ask him about the Chinese influence in his former country. Thanks for a non-Wuhan Virus subject!

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    • March 20, 2020, at 8:45 AM PDT
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  2. Timothy Doescher Contributor

    colleenb (View Comment):

    Thanks for this interview. I have a friend who migrated from Colombia and he did not like the agreement with FARC. When I get a chance to see him again, I will have to ask him about the Chinese influence in his former country. Thanks for a non-Wuhan Virus subject!

    Would love to hear their perspective! Like we said on the show, it’s hard to escape China’s influence around the world.

    We REALLY wanted to cover something other than the virus. Lots is still happening to report! 

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    • March 21, 2020, at 2:19 PM PDT
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