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Linking HIV/AIDS, national security and conflict a Colombian case study
An estimated 33 million people are today infected with HIV, many living in conflict or post conflict settings. The international community is increasingly recognising the effect HIV/AIDS can have on national security and ...
Foreign perception of sovereign risk : an event study of the colombian armed conflict
(Universidad del RosarioMaestría en EconomíaFacultad de Economía, 2010)
This paper studies the relationship between some of the most important recent events of the Colombian armed conflict and the foreign perception of risk of investment, as measured by the Credit Default Swap (CDS) for the ...
Internacionalização pelo Envolvimento de Atores Externos no Conflito Colombiano: Atuação da OEA na Desmobilização de Grupos Paramilitares na Colômbia
(INST UNIV PESQUISAS RIO DE JANEIRO-IUPERJRIO DE JANEIRO, 2012)
Internationalization of the Colombian Conflict by the Involvement of External Actors: Action by the OAS in Demobilizing Paramilitary Groups in Colombia This paper discusses the effects of the internationalization of the ...
Internacionalização pelo envolvimento de atores externos no conflito colombiano: atuação da OEA na desmobilização de grupos paramilitares na ColômbiaInternationalization of the Colombian conflict by the involvement of external actors: action by the OAS in demobilizing paramilitary groups in ColombiaL'internationalisation du conflit armé Colombien comme la participation d'acteurs étrangers: l'action de l'OEA dans la démobilisation de groupes paramilitaires en Colombie
(Instituto de Estudos Sociais e Políticos (IESP) da Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UERJ), 2012)
This paper discusses the effects of the internationalization of the Colombian armed conflict, understood as the participation of foreign actors in programs regarding the resolution of the conflict. Through an analysis of ...
The persistent colombian conflict bubnational analysis of the duration of violence
(Universidad del RosarioFacultad de Economía, 2011)
Why do small powers go to big wars?: the Colombian participation in the Korean conﬂict (1950-1953)
This work addresses the determinants of the decisions made by small powers to ﬁght alongside great powers in major conﬂicts. When faced with the request from a great power to participate in wars, some peripheral countries ...
Reversing the memory of the Colombian armed conflict, analysis of discourse in the written press Revertir la memoria del conflicto armado colombiano, análisis del discurso en la prensa escrita
(Universidad CES, 2019)
This paper aims to make a discourse analysis of the processes that reverse memories of the Colombian conflict in national newspapers. The research adopts a theoretical approach that describes reversed memory as a narratological ...