Frozen Negotiations: The Peace Process in Chiapas

@article{Manaut2006FrozenNT,
  title={Frozen Negotiations: The Peace Process in Chiapas},
  author={R. Manaut and A. Selee and Cynthia J. Arnson},
  journal={Mexican Studies},
  year={2006},
  volume={22},
  pages={131-152}
}
  • R. Manaut, A. Selee, Cynthia J. Arnson
  • Published 2006
  • Political Science
  • Mexican Studies
  • Mexico9s democratic transition has helped reduce, if not eliminate, the threat of renewed armed conflict in Chiapas. However, absent more active measures from the government and the Ejeercito Zapatista de Liberacioon Nacional (EZLN) to seek a permanent peace agreement and come to terms with the legacies of the past, the conflict will linger on in an unstable deetente, which we term ““armed peace.”” While this situation is far better than the open hostilities of the past, it also belies the… CONTINUE READING
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