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The new government calls for negotiations with armed groups and new approaches to the war on drugs that includes affected communities.
Over 80,000 people remain missing from the civil war. These former FARC fighters search for answers in the very conflict zones they once fought in.
Within the ELN, differing ideologies and visions for the end of conflict may set a time limit on the potential for peace.
The Trump administration and regional rightward shift creates an imperative for a new kind of transnational solidarity with Colombia.
As Colombia’s youth take the streets to move the country toward reconciliation—calling themselves Generation Peace—a personal reflection on the responsibility of older generations of Colombians
Women peace activists continue to play a crucial role in paving the way towards a peace accord in Colombia that promotes gender justice in the face of conservative opposition.
A NACLA Radio interview with Forrest Hylton and Aaron Tauss about their article “Peace in Colombia: A New Growth Strategy,” featured in the latest NACLA Report, Free Trade 2.0, and the latest developments in the peace process.
The dynamics of voting patterns in Colombia’s narrowly-defeated plebiscite carry important lessons for the future of peace and democracy, particularly in the country’s rural countryside.
To the shock of Colombians and international observers, Colombia’s historic peace process has been stopped in its tracks after 50.2% of voters rejected a plebiscite Sunday.
The historic peace deal between the FARC and the Colombian government holds unique challenges for the thousands of female combatants reintegrating into Colombian society.