Plan Colombia
(1999)
Posted by USIP Library on: May 15 2000
Source: Colombia. President. Plan Colombia: Plan for Peace, Prosperity, and the Strengthening of the State [Bogota], Colombia: Presidency of the Republic, 1999.

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