Tag Archives: War

Narco Governments and Organized Crime Add to the Repression in Chiapas

Hermann Bellinghausen The hegemony of the PRI, assumed a given [in politics] for decades in Chiapas, was broken in one night on the New Year of 1994. The reality was much more porous, it turned out that the complexity of the indigenous peoples came from deep within, having great diversity and being marked by important […]

Chiapas on the Verge of Civil War

Provoked by the recent kidnapping of two and murder of one member off the EZLN, SupGaleano warns of the impending crisis created by the actions and inaction of the government of the State of Chiapas under Rutilio Escandón.

4T Counterinsurgency

By Raúl Zibechi Counterinsurgency strategies are flexible, adapting to every time and place, to each sector of the population to be fought. They behave differently in urban and rural areas, facing armed or peaceful actors, in every case deploying appropriate devices for each situation. Counterinsurgency strategies are many, as has been demonstrated over the last […]

Chiapas: war and peace

Raúl Romero contextualizes recent paramilitary aggressions against Zapatista support bases, juxtaposing the war of capital with its antithesis in the EZLN, an army for peace and life.