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- Colombia: La Violencia
Individual chapters examine civil wars in Colombia, the Sudan, Yemen, the United States, Greece, and Nigeria, and analyze the causes of peace, the relationship between the battlefield and the negotiating table, and issues of settlement.
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You must be logged in to Tag Records. Healing the psychological wounds of a protracted civil war to avoid its renewal proves to be a long and challenging process. The consolidation of peace is further endangered by the culture of violence that protracted civil wars can breed and sustain, and which often persists into the post-war period.
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The intensity of battle and the level of atrocities against civilians can erode the social norms that may have regulated the use of violence in the past. When violence is not sanctioned and barely condemned it becomes normalized and legitimated. This essay has attempted to present a number of structural explanations for the protracted and persistent nature of civil wars relative to interstate conflicts.
The essay has also highlighted the role of their factionalized as well as personalized nature as barriers to a negotiated settlement. Given the immense physical destruction protracted civil wars entail, they are often reduced to irrational and meaningless conflicts.
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As long as the root causes of civil war: insecurity, poverty, overpopulation, political exclusion as well as the legacy of atrocities and cultures of violence, are not addressed, violence continues, even if it mutates into different forms and occurs between different parties. Atlas, P. Berdal, M. Cunningham, D.
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Why Are Civil Wars so Protracted and Difficult to End?
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Colombia: La Violencia
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