The thing about peace-making is that you always have to talk with your enemies. The road ahead for Colombians will not be an easy one.
Let’s say the FARC guerrilla army and the government reach an accord. There will almost certainly be a referendum, and the failure of the peace referendum in Guatemala two decades […]
In many conversations in Cuba and Colombia earlier this month, the word I heard most often to describe Colombia’s long and complex dialogue for peace was “crisis.” Just as often, I heard about hope: that this process and others will bring about greater social justice in Colombia—and about fear that systemic injustice, violence and exclusion […]