Center for International Policy | 24.02.2010
This report independently evaluates “Integrated Action,” a new approach to state-building and counterinsurgency that the U.S. government is supporting in Colombia. Ten years and $6.8 billion after the 2000 launch of „Plan Colombia“, officials from both governments are billing Integrated Action as the future direction of U.S. assistance to Colombia. The term refers to a combination of military and development projects carried out in the same geographic areas. These have gone under many names in the past few years.
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