Tagged With Juan Manuel Santos

In the world's biggest cocaine producer, cultivation has hit an 'all time high' and the new president is vowing harsh measures that will please Trump


Amid a cocaine boom in Colombia, a deeper problem is emerging


US officials are raising alarm over Colombia's cocaine boom, but they may be 'missing most of the picture'



Trump's brash talk about a 'military option' in Venezuela has left diplomats scrambling to pick up the pieces


Colombia says it's convincing drug farmers to grow other crops -- but drug traffickers say otherwise


In the world's biggest cocaine producer, cultivation reportedly surged again in 2016



Colombia produces most of the world's cocaine -- and output is at a record-high


The last march: Colombia's most notorious rebel group is starting to disarm, but obstacles to peace still loom


Colombia has a new deal to end a 52-year war, but violence and uncertainty still loom over it


Colombia's historic peace plan has a drug problem


Colombia has reached a historic deal to end a 52-year war, but the next battle will be at the ballot box


After a year of isolation, 'the most miserable country in the world' is 'interested in a new beginning'