Criminal Interests within Political Insurgencies: The Case for Development Centred Counterinsurgency

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Insurgencies are progressive and systematic insurrections with political aims. They are usually aimed at the creation of a new state, the liberation of a nation from foreign intervention, the transformation of the political system, or the imposition of a certain way of life. Whereas this political character sets them apart from common criminals, whose main objective is personal profit; in practice, most insurgencies are a combination of criminal and political interests. Solutions that address political grievances or criminal motivations separately, leaving one of them aside, are highly likely to fail, perpetuating violence. Development-centred counterinsurgency seems to be an ideal framework to confront this type of insurgencies. The case of Colombia is examined to observe achievements, failures and challenges
Idioma originalEnglish (US)
Título de la publicación alojadaHandbook Of Research On Transitional Justice And Peace Building In Turbulent Regions
EditorialIGI Global Publishing
Páginas421 - 443
Número de páginas23
ISBN (versión digital)9781466696754
EstadoPublished - 2015

Serie de la publicación

NombreUniversidad del Rosario

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Palma Morales, O. J. (2015). Criminal Interests within Political Insurgencies: The Case for Development Centred Counterinsurgency. En Handbook Of Research On Transitional Justice And Peace Building In Turbulent Regions (pp. 421 - 443). (Universidad del Rosario). IGI Global Publishing.
Palma Morales, Oscar Julian. / Criminal Interests within Political Insurgencies: The Case for Development Centred Counterinsurgency. Handbook Of Research On Transitional Justice And Peace Building In Turbulent Regions. IGI Global Publishing, 2015. pp. 421 - 443 (Universidad del Rosario).
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Handbook Of Research On Transitional Justice And Peace Building In Turbulent Regions. IGI Global Publishing, 2015. p. 421 - 443 (Universidad del Rosario).

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Palma Morales OJ. Criminal Interests within Political Insurgencies: The Case for Development Centred Counterinsurgency. En Handbook Of Research On Transitional Justice And Peace Building In Turbulent Regions. IGI Global Publishing. 2015. p. 421 - 443. (Universidad del Rosario).