Adam Isacson Papers, 1987-2006 and undated

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Contains files house papers of Adam Isacson, a senior associate and program director of the Center for International Policy. Adam Isacson was hired as program director of the Colombia and Demilitarization of Latin America program in 1995. Prior to that he worked previously for the Arias Foundation for Peace and Human Progress in San José, Costa Rica. Mr. Isacson has worked on Latin American security issues, particularly U.S. policy toward Central America and Colombia. He has been to Colombia more than twenty-five times and visited thirteen of the country's thirty-two departments. Adam Isacson's papers are divided into four subseries: Correspondence, Speeches, Subject Files (the largest section), and Travel Files.


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