Peace has been reached in Colombia. Amid the relief is apprehension

The Guardian“I write this from a very strange place: a country at peace. As of today, the conflict between the Colombian state and the Farc guerrillas, which has produced more than 6 million victims – counting the dead, the wounded and that sad euphemism, the displaced population – has officially ended. It is – it was – the oldest conflict of its kind in the world: it officially began in 1964, which means several generations, including my own, have never known a life in which Colombians were not killing each other”.

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