On 24 November 2016, the government of Colombia signed a peace accord with the guerrilla group the RevolutionaryArmed Forces of Colombia (FARC), opening a new chapter after nearly 60 years of civil conflict. But in the a aftermath of the conflict, unresolved problems of land tenure and displacement, if not addressed, risk destabilising the peace. As China begins to engage with resource-rich Colombia, will its investments help or undermine sustainable development?
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