Monthly Archives: March 2016

Mar 10 2016

Dismantling labels: Colombia’s long-term challenge towards peace

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By Maria Hoyos-Carrero* After fifty years of war the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), the longest operating left-wing guerrilla army in the hemisphere, have agreed to sign a peace accord by the end of this … Continue reading

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Mar 3 2016

Alone in the Jungle

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By Daniel Sippel* About 30 miles away from Dover, Rambo asks Liz for new shoes. He needs them to jump on a lorry, which is supposed to take him to his paradise. Last week, a friend of Rambo’s died when … Continue reading

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