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by Harvey F. Kline

eBook Chronicle of a Failure Foretold: The Peace Process of Columbian President Andres Pastrana ePub
Author: Harvey F. Kline
Language: English
ISBN: 0817354107
ISBN13: 978-0817354107
Publisher: University Alabama Press; First edition (April 15, 2007)
Pages: 248
Category: Americas
Subcategory: History
Rating: 4.7
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Chronicle of a Failure Foretold book.

Chronicle of a Failure Foretold book. Charts the progress and failure of Colombian President Andrés Pastrana’s efforts to bring an end to sixty years of civil war. The civil war in Colombia has waxed and waned for almost sixty years with shifting goals, programs, and tactics among the contending parties and with bursts of appalling violence punctuated by uneasy truces, cease-fires, and attempts at Charts the progress and failure of Colombian President Andrés Pastrana’s efforts to bring an end to sixty years of civil war.

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Charts the progress and failure of Colombian President Andr s Pastrana's efforts to bring an end to sixty years of civil war. The civil war in Colombia has waxed and waned for almost sixty years with shifting goals, programs, and tactics among the contending parties and with bursts of appalling violence punctuated by uneasy truces, cease-fires, and attempts at reconciliation.

The Peace Process of Columbian President Andres Pastrana Harvey F. Kline is Professor of Political Science at The University of Alabama and author of State Building and Conflict Resolution in Colombia.

The Peace Process of Columbian President Andres Pastrana. 248 pp. 8 illustrations 978-0-8173-1556-6. Harvey F. Kline is Professor of Political Science at The University of Alabama and author of State Building and Conflict Resolution in Colombia, 1986-1994. Since the early 1990s, the Colombian insurgency has been by far the most serious in Latin America.

The Peace Process of Colombian President Andres Pastrana. Published April 15, 2007 by University Alabama Press.

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Charts the progress and failure of Colombian President Andrés Pastrana’s efforts to bring an end to sixty years of civil .

Charts the progress and failure of Colombian President Andrés Pastrana’s efforts to bring an end to sixty years of civil war. One of the most promising such attempts was made by new Colombian President Andrés Pastrana at a time when the main rebel groups seemed receptive to serious dialogue.

Charts the progress and failure of Colombian President Andrés Pastrana’s efforts to bring an end to sixty years of civil war.

The civil war in Colombia has waxed and waned for almost sixty years with shifting goals, programs, and tactics among the contending parties and with bursts of appalling violence punctuated by uneasy truces, cease-fires, and attempts at reconciliation. Varieties of Marxism, the economics of narco-trafficking, peasant land hunger, poverty, and oppression mix together in a toxic stew that has claimed uncounted lives of (most often) peasants, conscript soldiers, and people who just got in the way.

Hope for resolution of this conflict is usually confined to dreamers and millenialists of various persuasions, but occasionally an attempt is made at a breakthrough in the military stalemate between the government and the Marxist groups. One of the most promising such attempts was made by new Colombian President Andrés Pastrana at a time when the main rebel groups seemed receptive to serious dialogue. This book is an account of that effort at peace, accompanied at the outset by domestic and international support and hope, and yet doomed like so many others to eventual failure.

Through interviews with many of the actors in this drama, as well as an understanding of the various interest groups and economic forces at work in Colombia, Dr. Kline charts the progress and ultimate failure of this effort, and thereby hopes to increase understanding of the causes of its lack of success. The importance of the resolution of the conflict to the region and to ordinary citizens of this troubled land cannot be overstated.

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