After his dramatic successes against the FARC guerrillas, Colombia's president, Alvaro Uribe, is riding high in popularity and looking towards a possible third term. But beneath the surface, things are not as they seem and troubles face George Bush's best ally in the Americas
Colombia's long-running civil war spilled over the border to Ecuador in a raid against FARC guerrillas in March. Gerard Coffey reports on the aftermath
Gerard Coffey reviews British media coverage of Latin America and finds it lacking.