Latin America/Asia Files: Cold War-era communist insurgencies wind down in Colombia, Philippines: Bogota, Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia ink historic peace deal, ending 52-year rebellion, cessation of hostilities takes effect Aug. 29, FARC supreme cmdr. “Timochenko” formally declares rebel army’s ceasefire from Havana, where negotiations began in 2012; armed conflict cost lives of more than 265,000 Colombians, displaced millions; Marxist guerrillas to hold conference between Sept. 13-19, vote on peace deal, approval will lead to 180-day demobilization/ disarmament process in zones controlled by UN, Community of Latin American and Caribbean States; Colombian Pres. Santos continues peace negotiations with 2,500 fighters of National Liberation Army; Manila, New People’s Army finally agree to “indefinite ceasefire” after 30 years of on-again/off-again negotiations, Norway has facilitated peace talks since 2001, 3,000-man Maoist rebel army mainly operates in south, east of Philippine archipelago

This may be the end of war in Colombia and the Philippines, but it’s not the end of the ideology of communism in Latin America and Asia by any means.

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One response to “Latin America/Asia Files: Cold War-era communist insurgencies wind down in Colombia, Philippines: Bogota, Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia ink historic peace deal, ending 52-year rebellion, cessation of hostilities takes effect Aug. 29, FARC supreme cmdr. “Timochenko” formally declares rebel army’s ceasefire from Havana, where negotiations began in 2012; armed conflict cost lives of more than 265,000 Colombians, displaced millions; Marxist guerrillas to hold conference between Sept. 13-19, vote on peace deal, approval will lead to 180-day demobilization/ disarmament process in zones controlled by UN, Community of Latin American and Caribbean States; Colombian Pres. Santos continues peace negotiations with 2,500 fighters of National Liberation Army; Manila, New People’s Army finally agree to “indefinite ceasefire” after 30 years of on-again/off-again negotiations, Norway has facilitated peace talks since 2001, 3,000-man Maoist rebel army mainly operates in south, east of Philippine archipelago

  1. mah29001 September 3, 2016 at 4:43 am

    The new Filipino President wants to proposal a globalist organization involving Communist China, and he’s been arming the Maoist rebels in the Philippines, is that why they’re participating in his death squads in his “drug war”?

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