After more than half a decade of conflict, and three years of negotiations, a peace agreement between the Colombian government and the country’s largest guerrilla group is expected to be signed on this month. Will this agreement finally bring peace to Colombia? Not by itself. After years of human rights violations from both sides, Colombia needs social changes, together with a strong international presence, in order to become a truly stable country.
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In the mist covered hills of Myanmar, farmers crouch in huts with no electricity or running water. However, their toothy grins and crinkled smiling eyes light up the humid room. […]