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Introduction to Symposium on the Colombian Peace Talks and International Law

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  20 January 2017

Alexandra Huneeus
Affiliation:
University of Wisconsin Law School
René Urueña
Affiliation:
Universidad de Los Andes Faculty of Law (Bogota, Colombia)
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In September and October of 2016, Colombians witnessed a series of political events that defied their belief. First, the Colombian Government and the Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de ColombiaEjército del Pueblo (FARC—EP), signed to great fanfare a historic peace agreement finalizing Colombia’s armed conflict. The Un Secretary-General, the U.S. Secretary of State, and dozens other top diplomats and heads of states gathered in Cartagena for an emotional signing ceremony, symbolically ending a fifty-year armed confrontation that, according to the Colombian Center for Historic Memory, killed more than two hundred thousand people, 80 percent of which were noncombatants.

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