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CHRIS MARQUIS is a Washington correspondent for the New York Times. He graduated from the University of California at Berkeley and the Columbia University School of Journalism. In 1985 Mr. Marquis won a fellowship from the Inter-American Press Association to work at the Buenos Aires (Argentina) daily, La Nacion. In 1998 he was awarded a Nieman fellowship at Harvard. Mr. Marquis is a longtime student of Latin America and U.S. policy toward the region. In that connection, he spent nearly a decade writing about such matters for the Miami Herald, including a stint as Central America correspondent.
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Authored by Dr. Gabriel Marcella, GEN (RET) Charles E. Wilhelm, Colombian General Alvaro Valencia Tovar, Dr. Ricardo Arias Calderon, Mr. Chris Marquis.
Contains introduction and four papers present distinct perspectives on the potential effectiveness of Plan Colombia. Co-authors include former Commander of US Southern Command, former Vice-President of Panama, a noted Colombian military intellectual, and New York Times correspondent.