The Emergence of the Epr: a Threat to the Insurgent/security Frontier

    Abstract

    In 1996 the EPR (Popular Revolutionary Army) intervention was perceived and treated as a threat not to the regime but against the political agreement valid since 1994 between the government and the EZLN. Whereas the latter had triggered the intensification of the internal security discourse and set a standard of tolerance available to other radical actors… (More)

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    @inproceedings{TheEO, title={The Emergence of the Epr: a Threat to the Insurgent/security Frontier}, author={} }