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Peruvian President Ollanta Humala surveys an area of military rescue operations in Cuzco, Peru.

As some Latin American leaders call for legalization of narcotics, Peru — a leading coca grower — remains opposed. A former anti-drug czar-turned-dissident explains why. Read more» 1

Peru's new government under President Ollanta Humala is drawing up a broader, more sophisticated strategy that accepts that simply wiping out coca by force will not succeed. Read more»