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Peace in Colombia: Can the European Union and the US Collaborate

Castaneda, Dorly

This paper first provides a short description of the internationalisation of the Colombian conflict, then focuses on the two main international actors for peace of war: the USA and the EU. Their positions on Colombia will be compared by first highlighting the differences in their actions and the clear divisions the professed during the last Peace Process with the guerrillas. Then the analysis focuses on the cautious beginnings of collaboration and the possibilities of working together for peace in Colombia in light of a new US government.

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Institute of Latin American Studies
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Institute of Latin American Studies, Columbia University
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Institute of Latin American Studies Working Papers
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March 29, 2011
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