(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
Natalia Orozco has provided us with a useful documentary on the negotiation process leading up to Colombia's peace treaty. Peace Prize winner Santos gets to play the leading role in the story, while his counterparts in FARC come up well. The film provides a unique insight into the dynamics of peace negotiations, and is a good introduction to the civil war's conflict lines. The violent suffering of war is a red thread in history. What the film fails to explain is the popular opposition to the peace agreement that was negotiated.
A unique insight. When the weapons are quiet depicts the Santos Government's chief negotiators and their counterparts in the FARC's leadership. . .
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