American Association for the Advancement of Science. Canongate Books Ltd. It streamlined, for example, "survival plans" designed to give evacuation instructions in assumption that military incursions took place. Mapuche conflict Colombian conflict —present Internal conflict in Peru —present Bolivian gas conflict Insurgency in Paraguay —present Venezuelan crisis —present.
Guatemala: All the truth, justice for all.
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In the University of San Carlos became one of the sectors with more political weight in Guatemala; that year the student movement, faculty and University Governing Board -Consejo Superior Universitario- [d] united against the government and were in favor of opening spaces for the neediest sectors.
The use of genocidal scorched-earth tactics radicalized the population, creating antipathy towards the government and causing the ranks of the insurgents to swell to unprecedented levels. This was followed by an additional offensive towards the end of the year, in which many civilians were forced to participate by the insurgents.
The American Watch Committee. CSU members are: University president, University Provost, University Treasurer, College Deans, ten tenured faculty representatives, ten student body representatives and eleven representatives from the Professional Clubs.
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Although the plan distinguished between the army's objectives regarding the FIL and the CCL, both groups were local unarmed campesinos living and working in the targeted areas of operation. Ending civil wars: the implementation of peace agreements.
June Professionals within the Guatemalan military considered the Lucas approach counterproductive, on grounds that the Lucas government's strategy of military action and systematic terror overlooked the social and ideological causes of the insurgency while radicalizing the civilian population.
You have until the last day of March to leave the country. Romeo Lucas replied, "You are mistaken, there are no guerrillas in the area".