Colombia Gambles on Peace With Its Rebels

Is this the answer to FARC's violence?

Enough is enough.

Photographer: Guillermo Legaria/AFP/Getty Images

No one has ever accused Juan Manuel Santos of aiming low. The Colombian president already has staked his career on peace talks to end Latin America's longest-running guerrilla insurgency, a chimera that eluded half a dozen leaders before him, almost cost him reelection and split the country nearly in two.

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