Border War between Ecuador and Peru - Can there be Positive Peace without the Indians?

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Publication Bachelor thesis
Title Border War between Ecuador and Peru - Can there be Positive Peace without the Indians?
Author(s) Erdal, Solveig Karin
Date 2004
English abstract
n this paper, the role of the indigenous communities in the conflict, war, and peace process relating to the disputed border region between Ecuador and Peru, settled in 1998, is analysed and discussed. The hypothesis is that to establish an enduring and positive peace, the indigenous communities living at the frontier should not be excluded from the process. The research question is How does the integration of Indians into the peace process in Ecuador and Peru influence the prospects for development of positive peace? The student looks at the ties indigenous have to the states of Ecuador and Peru, both as individual citizens and as Indian communities, and uses this basis for recommending in the conclusion that although the indigenous were not party to the peace negotiations, they should be party to the development of positive peace.
Swedish abstract
Om fredsförhandlingarna efter kriget mellan Ecuador och Peru, och varför ursprungsbefolkningen inte tog del.
Publisher Malmö högskola/IMER
Language eng (iso)
Subject(s) Ecuador
Peru
border
conflict
indigenous
self-determiantion
negotiations
Latin Amrica
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/6331 (link to this page)

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