Peace Seemed an Impossible Dream: Armed Conflict and Social-Psychological Intractability in Colombia

Figure 1. Colombian ethos of conflict during Havana’s peace talks (2012–2016).
Figure 2. Colombian ethos of conflict during the plebiscite campaign supporting and rejecting the peace accord (2016).
Figure 3. Colombian ethos of conflict during the early implementation phase (2016–2017).

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