哥伦比亚的新黎明

马德里——

自20世纪60年代以来,哥伦比亚经历了惨烈的民兵武装对峙,横行国内的毒枭更是将广袤的农村地区变成了犯罪和暴力的温床。长期以来,哥伦比亚给人的印象十分血腥。现在,一切都不同了。

哥伦比亚是个悖论。这个有着拉丁美洲最彻底的宪法传统的国家长期存在着暴力和毒品经济。各任总统均无法解决这一悖论。但阿尔瓦罗·乌里韦(Alvaro Uribe)政府在2002~2010年间无与伦比的表现终于使哥伦比亚的面貌有所改观。

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