Indigenous rights and internal wars: The Chiapas conflict at 15 years

@article{Collins2010IndigenousRA,
  title={Indigenous rights and internal wars: The Chiapas conflict at 15 years},
  author={Stephen D. Collins},
  journal={The Social Science Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={47},
  pages={773 - 788}
}
Abstract This article examines the origins and outcomes of the indigenous-based Zapatista rebellion launched 15 years ago in Chiapas, Mexico. The precursors responsible for the resistance movement are assessed, as well as the proximate events which convinced the indigenous communities to embrace a militarized approach. International relations conflict theory is plumbed for explanations of the conflict and for conflict resolution strategies relevant to this particular event. This study finds… Expand
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