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Violence and killings haven’t stopped in Colombia despite landmark peace deal. SBS NEWS. Feb 15, 2019.
Colombia Still Has An Active – And Deadly – Guerrilla Army. Should It Negotiate Peace?  WLRN. Jan 29, 2019.
The Colombian peace process under duress. Miami University. Jan 2019.
Swapping Cocaine for Peace. Foreign Policy.  Dec 28 2018.
Colombia Struck a Peace Deal With Guerrillas, but Many Return to Arms. NYT. Sept 18, 2018.
Death by bad implementation? The Duque administration and Colombia’s peace deal(s). Brookings Institute. July 24, 2018.
Uncertainty for FARC peace deal as Ivan Duque wins in Colombia. Al Jazeera. June 18 2018.
Right-wing candidate, 41, has pledged to roll back parts of the landmark 2016 peace accord with the FARC group.
Colombia’s Healing Begins. National Geographic.  Jan 2018.
A peace accord has ended the fighting. But the countryside is littered with land mines, and criminal gangs are growing.
Colombia: Fragile peace a year after FARC referendum. Al Jazeera. Oct 2017.
Colombia’s Congress Approves Peace Accord With FARC. NYT. Nov 30 2016.
Colombia peace deal: Government and Farc reach new agreement.  Nov 13 2016
The Colombian government and the Farc rebel group have announced a new peace agreement, six weeks after the original deal was rejected in a popular vote.
Colombia signs historic peace deal with FARC. The Guardian. Nov 24 2016.
President Juan Manuel Santos and rebel leader Timochenko sign new accord despite objections that derailed original deal.