Dealing with Peace
This book presents the struggles of the Guatemalan campesino social movement during the country’s post-conflict transition from 1996 to the present. The author asks whether accepting neoliberal resources hampers the potential for transformative social change.
Dawn Paley (Editor), Simon Granovsky-Larsen (Editor)
The contributors to this volume question the idea that violence in Latin America is mainly a product of the drug trade, arguing instead that global capital and violence serve corporate and state interests and reinforce conditions that strengthen the current economic order.