While Colombians signed a peace treaty in November 2016, anger and resentment remain on all sides. The government is working to reincorporate the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) and other rebels into mainstream Colombian society. But can Colombians truly find peace when neither side acknowledges their role in the war—when people see others as “perpetrators” and their own people as “victims?”
The Dodd-Frank Repeal: What it Means for Conflict Minerals
TIOS gives researchers and practitioners the opportunity to better understand conflicts and their outcomes when terrorists, rebels, and insurgents provide social services to theirs supporters. Read more.