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Guatemala’s Crippled Peace Process: A Look Back on the 1996 Peace Accords

Guatemala’s Crippled Peace Process: A Look Back on the 1996 Peace Accords
Even with years of attention by the United Nations, Guatemala continues to be far from achieving the stability envisioned in the original peace agreement. As Guatemala approaches the fifteen year anniversary of the Peace Accords this December, the country remains just as far from implementing the Peace Accords as it had been when the agreement was first signed

An Inconvenient Truth in Honduras

An Inconvenient Truth in Honduras
By the end of each of the three sessions, the commission clearly and severely condemned the government’s violent abuse of human rights activists, peasants, teachers, students, journalists, and other members and supporters of the popular resistance movement.