Peace v. Democracy in Colombia: What's Next for the Peace Process?
341 Eggers Hall
Adam Isacson, Senior Associate for Defense Oversight, Washington Office on Latin America
After years of negotiation, the Colombian people rejected a peace agreement to end over 50 years of war with the FARC. Join Adam Isacson to discuss what’s next for Colombia.
Adam Isacson joined the Washington Office on Latin America in 2010 after 14 years working on Latin American and Caribbean security issues with the Center for International Policy. At WOLA, his Defense Oversight program monitors security trends and U.S. military cooperation with the Western Hemisphere. Isacson has published and co-written dozens of reports and articles, testified before Congress several times, and led several congressional delegations. He holds an MA in International Relations from Yale University. Before WOLA and CIP, he worked for the Arias Foundation for Peace and Human Progress in San José, Costa Rica.
Moderated by Rafael Fernandez de Castro
Sponsored by the Program on Latin America and the Caribbean at the Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs
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