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Half a Miracle

April 28th, 2011 | By: Admin | No Comments » | Posted in FrontPage
Foreign Policy

Medellín’s rebirth is nothing short of astonishing. But have the drug lords really been vanquished?   Francis Fukuyama, Seth Colby | Foreign Policy May/June 2011   Fifteen years ago, a single mother named Libia Gomez converted part of her modest cinder-block house into a shop selling sundries ranging from pencils to toothpaste. The location was [...]

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The Stigma of Medellin

January 1st, 2011 | By: Admin | 2 Comments » | Posted in FrontPage, Tourism
Security

“Medellín Colombia”. Even the name carries a stigma. Simply saying it aloud and allowing it to linger in the air without further comment conjures images of sunglass- wearing drug kingpins, horrific news reports, elusive guerrillas, and bands of roving assassins terrorizing a population.

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