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September 25, 2015 Yesterday’s breakthrough in peace talks between Colombia’s government and rebels reveals the outlines of a final deal and puts the grueling process firmly back on track, says USIP’s Virginia Bouvier. The agreement may serve as a model … Continue reading

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VER EL VIDEO DEL EVENTO EN ESPAÑOL AQUÎ. 13 de julio de 2015 Se les invita a acompañar una discusión sobre las mujeres trabajando para la reconciliación en Colombia.  Los temas incluirán también la justicia transicional y los acercamientos psico-sociales con … Continue reading

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June 5, 2015 After a four-day extension of the 37th round of talks between the Colombian government and the FARC that had been launched on May 21, the parties ended their cycle yesterday.  In a joint communiqué, they reported new … Continue reading

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Jan. 27, 2015 As representatives of the Colombian government and Colombian Revolutionary Armed Forces (FARC-EP) and their teams prepare for the 32nd round of negotiations to be launched on February 2nd, two substantive issues remain on their agenda.  First, the … Continue reading

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November 12, 2014 On Friday, November 7, President Juan Manuel Santos wrapped up a five-day diplomatic marathon for peace to the capital cities of Madrid, Brussels, Berlin, Lisbon, Paris, and London. He met with heads of state, kings, princes, and … Continue reading

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