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22 Feb 2012 | News

Ten years after the collapse of Colombia’s FARC peace process

Talks between Colombia’s government and the FARC guerrillas fell apart ten years ago, on February 20, 2002. Adam talks with Marc Chernick of Georgetown University and Virginia Bouvier of the U.S. Institute of Peace about the failure of the last peace process and prospects for peace today. Georgetown and USIP, together with Colombia’s Universidad de los Andes and Centro de Investigación y Educación Popular (CINEP), just released a document, “A los diez años del Caguán” (PDF), laying out ten lessons from the past peace process.

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