What’s behind rising tensions between Colombia and the FARC
Clip: 08/30/2019 | 6m 50s
Colombia’s three-year-old peace deal may be coming apart. On Thursday, hardliners from the country’s main rebel group, the FARC, renewed the call to arms, claiming the Colombian government was not living up to its part of the agreement. The president elected last year, Ivan Duque, said during his campaign that the deal was too lenient. William Brangham talks to the Wilson Center’s Cynthia Arnson.
Aired: 08/30/19Video has closed captioning.
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