(Bogotá, 1960) This Colombian journalist and political analyst writes for a number of international newspapers and has worked for some of her country’s most important publications, El Espectador, El Tiempo and the magazine Semana, where he has worked since June 2008. Duzán stands out as a strong critic of Álvaro Uribe’s government. Along with his work as an opinion columnist, Duzán presents the chat show Versión Libre on Canal Capital, the political debate programme Semana en Vivo on Cable Noticias and is a regular guest on the opinion programme Hora 20 on Caracol Radio. She has published books of investigative journalism such as Death Beat (1994), also published in the United States, and Así gobierna Uribe (2004), a critical profile of the ex-president Uribe. In 2010 she published Mi viaje al infierno, a chilling testimony that tells the story of the murder of her sister by a paramilitary group in Colombia. Los Emputados (2014) is about eight anonymous individuals who have managed to mobilize the country through the social media. She currently writes columns for the newspaper El País, she has her own YouTube channel and in September 2021 she launched the podcast A Fondo on Spotify, where she delves into the political and social reality of Colombia. Her latest book is Para qué escribir (2020).