Christian Medina-Ramirez 

Christian Medina-Ramirez is a consultant and freelance writer from Bogotá, Colombia. His areas of expertise include the intersections between natural resources, armed conflict, criminal/terrorist networks and development in Latin America and the Asia-Pacific.

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The UN shakes up Guatemala with the Commission Against Impunity

December 13, 2016
By: Christian Medina-Ramirez  & Luis Mack 

The UN-sponsored International Commission Against Impunity in Guatemala (CICIG) has shaken the country’s ...


A post-Brexit, post-Trump World could learn from Colombia

November 21, 2016
By: Christian Medina-Ramirez 

A shell-shocked America, a Brexit-divided United Kingdom and a crisis-stricken Europe: they should all ...


In Venezuela, data is power

August 10, 2016
By: Christian Medina-Ramirez 

Venezuela’s lack of reliable data on socio-economic metrics poses both challenges and opportunities ...