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At the Coalface

Ten more years of UK coal burning will be a lifetime on the ground, writes Liam Barrington-Bush.

Filed in: Colombia Indigenous Peoples Mining United Kingdom

The seeds of peace

Imprisoned Colombian indigenous leader Feliciano Valencia talks to New Internationalist.

Filed in: Colombia Indigenous Peoples

Colombia’s peace requires disarming manhood, not just men

Realizing peace means tackling the structural dimensions of different sources of violence, argues Leonardo Goi.

Filed in: Colombia Women

Lessons from the past could help tackle today’s narcotics trade

Eric Gutierrez argues that the British East India Company was itself a drug cartel.

Filed in: China Colombia Drugs Trade

Bringing oil justice into the British Museum

Sunday, a Colombian survivor of kidnap and torture confronted one of the companies behind it. Jess Worth was there.

Filed in: Colombia United Kingdom

Peace needs truth, not punishment

Retribution will not heal old wounds in Colombia, warns Leonardo Goi

Filed in: Colombia

Colombia’s peace needs more than a truce

Leonardo Goi argues that an end to the 30-year-old conflict requires a new State.

Filed in: Colombia

FARC’s new truce, Colombia’s old challenges

Leonardo Goi weighs the prospects and promises of the guerrilla movement’s latest ceasefire.

Filed in: Colombia Latin America

Life after the guerrillas

Colombia’s ex-child soldiers are facing resentment and revenge as they try to reintegrate in society, reports Samantha Eyler.

Filed in: Colombia Latin America

Colombia’s peace process: shaken, not dead

With so much at stake, the government and the FARC will continue negotiations despite the end of the ceasefire, believes Leonardo Goi.

Filed in: Colombia Conflict Politics War and Peace

Colombia’s crackdown on impunity

Ex-intelligence chief Maria del Pilar Hurtado has finally been brought to justice, writes Andrew Hogg.

Filed in: Colombia Social Change

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