Protecting Civilians from Violence: A Paradigm Shift for Peacekeeping?
Securing Lasting Peace and Justice in Colombia
The following blog has been contributed by our special guest blogger – Aaron Bazin – who is a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army and NATO strategist. A peacekeeper of MONUSCO Force Intervention Brigade on foot patrol in the town of Pinga, North Kivu province, stops to interact with the local children. Pinga is located […]
A Bolivarian Meltdown?
FACTS ABOUT THE CONFLICT IN COLOMBIA: The conflict started in the 1960’s and has led to the death of 220,000 people and the internal displacement of nearly 6 million Colombians. To date, three sizeable armed organizations have fought to attain their political goals through violence – the left-wing Armed Revolutionary Forces of Colombia […]
Written By: Dr. Tatiana Rizova It has been three years since the death of Venezuela’s populist leader Hugo Chávez, the architect of the Bolivarian Revolution, Venezuela’s project of bringing social justice, economic independence, equality, and popular democracy to its people. Is the Bolivarian project on the brink of reform or meltdown? What is Venezuela’s […]