Posts Tagged: military

The Constant Escalation of Drug Related Violence in Mexico

By Daniel Farinha and Edgar Alvarez-Rosa On December 11th of 2006 the Mexican president Felipe Calderon announced that he would begin a war against drugs by aiming to disband the world’s most powerful and dangerous cartels. Just three years after

The Constant Escalation of Drug Related Violence in Mexico

By Daniel Farinha and Edgar Alvarez-Rosa On December 11th of 2006 the Mexican president Felipe Calderon announced that he would begin a war against drugs by aiming to disband the world’s most powerful and dangerous cartels. Just three years after

Hume, Mo. “The Myths of Violence: Gender, Conflict, and Community in El Salvador.” Latin American Perspectives 35, no. 5 (September 2008): 59–76. doi:10.1177/0094582X08321957.

In “The Myths of Violence: Gender, Conflict, and Community in El Salvador”, Hume explores the establishment, normalization, and perpetuation of gender violence within families in El Salvador. Hume’s paper is structured in the following way. First, she establishes how the

Hume, Mo. “The Myths of Violence: Gender, Conflict, and Community in El Salvador.” Latin American Perspectives 35, no. 5 (September 2008): 59–76. doi:10.1177/0094582X08321957.

In “The Myths of Violence: Gender, Conflict, and Community in El Salvador”, Hume explores the establishment, normalization, and perpetuation of gender violence within families in El Salvador. Hume’s paper is structured in the following way. First, she establishes how the

Annotated Bibliography – sample W19

Practice annotated bibliography entry for HIS 161 Winter 2019

Annotated Bibliography – sample W19

Practice annotated bibliography entry for HIS 161 Winter 2019

Impunity in Argentina

At the surface, the end of the Dirty War in Argentina brought democracy and peace to the country, but the transition was not as well defined as it appeared. In this newly democratic nation, authoritarian practices continue to prevail. Particularly,

Impunity in Argentina

At the surface, the end of the Dirty War in Argentina brought democracy and peace to the country, but the transition was not as well defined as it appeared. In this newly democratic nation, authoritarian practices continue to prevail. Particularly,

Colombia: New Killings, Disappearances in Pacific Port. Diana, Salazar

Living space in which the “displaced people” are housed. It shows how government provided housing for those trying to escape abuses are living under conditions that do not meet basic living standards. Buenaventura, Colombia. Disappearances and dismemberment of the Afro-Colombian

Colombia: New Killings, Disappearances in Pacific Port. Diana, Salazar

Living space in which the “displaced people” are housed. It shows how government provided housing for those trying to escape abuses are living under conditions that do not meet basic living standards. Buenaventura, Colombia. Disappearances and dismemberment of the Afro-Colombian