Videos are now available for the Colombia peace process conference held on January 23rd at The Elliott School for International Affairs at George Washington University sponsored by the Washington Office on Latin America.

Speakers from across Colombia’s political spectrum were largely optimistic that the peace process will produce an agreement. If and when this happens, it will be important that U.S. policymakers be prepared to shift course to support a transition away from war. The different speakers explored the issues at the peace talks most likely to impact U.S. policymakers (primarily the drug issue and extraditions), the role of the international community during and after the peace process, and the importance of an independent civil society to ensure that any agreements reached can be successfully implemented.

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