Author profile: Juan Carlos Garzón-Vergara

Juan Carlos Garzón-Vergara is a Global Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center (Washington DC) and research associate at Fundación Ideas para la Paz (Colombia). Garzón is an international advisor on security and drug policy reform. Garzón co-coordinates the project “Organized Crime and Criminal Economies in Latin America and the Caribbean” at Georgetown University. Garzón was part of a team of analysts for the “Report on the Drug Problem in the Americas,” produced by the Organization of American States, where he worked as a specialist in the Secretariat for Political Affairs (Washington DC) and as coordinator of the Mission to Support the Peace Process in Colombia. Garzón is a Political Scientist from the Universidad Javeriana (Colombia), specialist in Conflict Resolution and Theory at the Universidad de Los Andes (Colombia) and has received an M.A. in Latin American Studies from Georgetown University.

Review – Cooperation and Drug Polices in the Americas

Juan Carlos Garzón-Vergara • Feb 25 2016 • Features
A title that offers valuable lessons for scholars and practitioners, challenging traditional views about U.S. cooperation and highlighting the inertia of current policy.

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