Democracia y participación en el proceso de paz colombiano: una oportunidad a la paz postliberal Autor: Mauricio Abraham Rosales Schettini El conflicto armado colombiano fue de los más prolongados y tardíos en llegar a una fase de negociación entre las partes para ponerle fin. Con más de 50 años de
Ideas for Peace Series – The role of the United Nations in Venezuela Venezuela is going through one of the most complicated crises in the world. There is a constant and progressive deterioration of the legal and political institutions and the economic situation; which has increased social inequalities and poverty.
The Venezuelan conflict is not about ideology, is about democracy, oil, and power Author: Diego Bautista Translated into Spanish by Silvana Gordillo González It is not about ideology “I question where are the flags of the Social Democracy and Social Christianism parties and how can they be against this Bolivarian
Finding a compromise solution to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict is usually considered the prerequisite for peace and cooperation in the Caucasus. The analysis of the conflict, however, shows that the mutual mistrust and animosity of Armenians and Azeris presently is so high that even the smallest concession, particularly related to the
Defining Conflict Transformation Author: Originally Published at Peace and Conflict Monitor on: 08/23/2006 Category: Book Review Defining Conflict Transformation By John Paul Lederach Author of The Little Book of Conflict Transformation I propose the following definition: Conflict transformation is to envision and respond to the ebb and flow of social
University for Peace graduate student Andres Jimenez comments on the true costs of war through the lens of Paul Collier's concept of "development in reverse". Looking at conflict from a socioeconomic standpoint and recognizing the realities of armed conflict, Jimenez analyzes both the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) and peacekeeping operations
Much of the literature on peace building and conflict transformation focuses on socio-economic analyses, while relatively little research addresses the psychological causes and impacts of violence and insecurity. This paper seeks to refine existing models of conflict analysis through the explicit inclusion of psychological and cultural perspectives in order to