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Havana, Cuba February 16, 2015 On Thursday, Feb. 12, the latest cycle of peace talks between the government of Colombia and the FARC in Havana came to a close after 10 days of discussions that focused on the final two substantive … Continue reading

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September 17, 2013 The Center for Memory, Peace, and Reconciliation (Centro de Memoria, Paz, y Reconciliación) lies at the intersection of Calle 26 and Carrera 19B, just next to the Park of Reconciliation.  It is a new complex, built on the … Continue reading

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In the conflict resolution field, many talk about the idea that conditions need to be ripe for a conflict to be resolved.  This means not only conditions at the negotiating table, but within the society more broadly.  Part of this … Continue reading

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