¿Quién paga por la paz en Colombia?

¿Quién paga por la paz en Colombia?

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Vanda Felbab-Brown


Este artículo examina los costos políticos que habrán de asumir las FARC, las fuerzas armadas, los políticos derechistas, la élite y los intereses creados, las personas desplazadas, los cultivadores de coca y la clase media. El análisis también aborda el papel y el impacto de otros actores, como las Bacrim y los grupos guerrilleros que aún siguen operando, incluido el ELN.

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