On Historical Memory in Colombia: A Conversation with Martin Nova

In any case, I don’t see myself as a collector of interviews—what I really want to do is to tell stories. And so what I found is that the tool of the interview is very useful. When you begin a real dialogue with someone, you find that everyone has something to tell, a story to share, but we need to listen.

The Fate and Legacy of Colombia’s Álvaro Uribe Velez

These reactions can only be understood in the context of Uribe’s legacy as one of the most transformative and influential Latin American statesmen of the 21st century, a man who has been both the protagonist of Colombia’s recovery from the depths of its late-twentieth-century crisis and the center of its current political polarization.