by on 02/07/10 at 2:43 pm
Military checkpoints line the long and winding road from the airport in Cali, Colombia, to the coastal city of Buenaventura.
These are expected sights in the long-running conflict we know as the “war on drugs.”
Plan Colombia, legislation passed during the Clinton administration, provided billions in military aid to Colombia to help halt the cultivation and transport of cocaine. It has had only mixed success.
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