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Colombia And Former Rebels Are Trying To Build Peace, One Tent At A Time
A look into one transition zone, set up from scratch. Some wonder if the government can deliver on its promises fast enough.
4 Lessons in Non-Violent Peace Building
CEO @ TLEX Institute
Inspiring valor in non-violence In engaging with guerillas, terrorists, and others who use violence to achieve their ends
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Marking 2016 in Latin America
Vice President, Council of the Americas
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Why Colombia's Peace Treaty With FARC Is Big News For Investors
Publisher, Live and Invest Overseas
When I began paying attention to Colombia, in 2008, the country was maligned, misunderstood, and mistrusted for two reasons -- Pablo Escobar and the terrorist group known as FARC.
Colombia has a new peace agreement, but will it stick?
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Peace on the presidential campaign FARC assets will help fund reparations. Fredy Builes/Reuters Fabio Andres Diaz, International
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Colombia Reaches Revised New Peace Deal Weeks After Referendum
Six weeks after a vote rejected a previous agreement, Colombia has another chance at ending its war.
‘A Sea of Tears and Impunity’: Victims Still Searching for Justice 14 Years After Infamous Colombia Military Operation
Freelance Multimedia Journalist
A 2006 peace agreement between the Colombian government and the country’s largest right-wing paramilitary group, the United
We Cannot Allow Uncertainty To Cloud The Future Of Colombia
Deputy of Podemos, and member of European Parliament
The shocking "no" vote puts the peace process at risk, fragments the population even further, and badly injures the legitimacy of the government at this key moment.
A Second Chance on this Earth: Colombians Sign Peace Accord
Executive Director, Latin America Working Group
Among a sea of Colombians dressed in white in a plaza in Cartagena, I watched as President Juan Manuel Santos and FARC leader Rodrigo Londoño, alias Timochenko, signed the peace accords on September 26, 2016, using a pen made from bullets.
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What Next After A 'No' Vote For Peace In Colombia?
Mario A. Murillo
A Colombian activist who has reported about Colombia for over ...
What does this say about Colombian democracy?
History Is No Longer An Accurate Guide To The Future
Managing Director of Risk Cooperative / Co-author of "Global R...
One need look no further than the outcome of the Brexit vote or the Colombian peace referendum to see how spectacularly the pollsters and bookies got it wrong.
Why Colombians Rejected The Peace Agreement
Sebastián Rodríguez Alarcón
Program Manager for Latin America & the Caribbean at Center fo...
What motivated those who voted ‘no’ to not support the peace agreement? Several reasons emerge.
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Colombia Scrambles To Revive Peace After Shock Vote
By Helen Murphy and Julia Symmes Cobb, Reuters
Voters rejected the deal struck between the government and the FARC rebels.
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Colombia Plunged Into Uncertainty As Voters Narrowly Reject Peace Deal With FARC Rebels
By Helen Murphy and Julia Symmes Cobb, Reuters
Opponents of the pact believed it was too soft on the rebels by allowing them to re-enter society, form a political party and escape traditional jail sentences.
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Colombians Vote In Historic Peace Referendum
Millions of people will vote "yes" or "no" on the historic peace deal.
Weekend Roundup: When Negotiating With Terrorists Works
Executive Editor, The WorldPost
If the terrorists are weak and their end goal is political, not apocalyptic, a peace deal may be within reach.
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Thousands Of Colombians Fled During The World’s Longest Civil War. Here’s What They Think About The Peace Deal.
Colombians abroad approached the referendum with a mix of excitement and skepticism.
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FARC Rebels Prepare To Leave Behind Guns, Drug Trade And The Life They Know
After decades at war, Colombia's FARC fighters may soon face a new struggle: returning to normal life.
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