The possibility of ending nearly 50 years of civil conflict is in sight. While the vast majority of the Colombian public want to see peace, for themselves and especially for their children, the enemies of the peace negotiations appear to be strong, and the risks inherent in the peace process are high.

Possible Scenarios for the FARC's Fragmentation

Possible Scenarios for the FARC's Fragmentation

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Could Colombia's FARC Rebels Break Apart?

Could Colombia's FARC Rebels Break Apart?

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The EPL and "Megateo": the Future of the FARC?

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Criminal Activities of the FARC and Rebel Earnings

Criminal Activities of the FARC and Rebel Earnings

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Ivan Rios Bloc: the FARC's Most Vulnerable Fighting Division

Ivan Rios Bloc: the FARC's Most Vulnerable Fighting Division

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Criminalization of FARC Elements Inevitable

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