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Colombia faces a crossroads: to accept or reject the government’s proposal to end the conflict with the FARC.
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If Mexico’s new anti-corruption legislation is to have substance, President Peña Nieto must effectuate the law, starting with three corrupt governors.
Peru’s President Kuczynski is changing politics with a bold approach to reviving economic growth. His rhetoric could reverberate across a divided continent.
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