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STEVEN COHEN: Why Colombia Said No to Peace. When he first arrived in the Putumayo Department in …

STEVEN COHEN: Why Colombia Said No to Peace. When he first arrived in the Putumayo Department in the early 1990s, Hesmar could still appreciate what the FARC seemed to stand for. “The state didn’t exist here, so they were the ones who served that function,” he says. “They would meet with the communities to share […]
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