The Pacific Alliance is a free trade agreement that, among other things, reduces tariffs for goods exchanged between its four member countries: Colombia, Peru, Chile and Mexico, joined by their Full Article »
Colombia’s judicial branch is divided into several sub-branches dealing with both criminal and administrative cases. The courts are either of national, regional or local character.
Banco de la Republica, the central bank of Colombia, is one of the most important economic institutions in the country. It is responsible for promoting the stability and effective working Full Article »
The Urabeños are Colombia’s largest and most powerful drug trafficking organization. Following its foundation as an emergent group from the paramilitary AUC umbrella organization around 2005, the group has taken Full Article »
The FARC, Colombia’s largest rebel group, has both a political and military line of command.