As recently as a decade ago, Bogotá and Medellin were considered among the world’s most dangerous cities. However, over the past decade, those two Colombian cities went from being crippled by the drug trade and guerrilla warfare to being some of the more innovative civic centers in the region. I recently traveled to these two […]
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