Two Steps Forward and One Step Back: Conflict and Contradiction in Post-War Guatemala (Review Essay)
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Journal of World-Systems Research
What are the real prospects for lasting peace and greater prosperity in post-war Guatemala? This is the central question underlying Susanne Jonas's Of Centaurs and Doves and Christopher Chase-Dunn, Susanne Jonas, and Nelson Amaro's Globalization on the Ground. As events continue to unfold for Guatemalans, these scholars tackle the very current issues of democratization, development, justice, and peace in post-war Guatemalan society. The cruel irony is that the very urgency with which these issues must be addressed belies any concrete prediction or even refined characterization of the existing situation.
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Marsh, Kristin. 2002. “Two Steps Forward and One Step Back: Conflict and Contradiction in Post-War Guatemala.” Journal of World-Systems Research, November, 444–50. https://doi.org/10.5195/jwsr.2002.259.