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About Sophie Haspeslagh

Sophie Haspeslagh is a doctoral candidate at the International Relations Department of the London School of Economics and Political Science where she is researching the engagement of armed groups and the effects of proscription on peace processes. She previously managed the advocacy platform, ABColombia. 

Sophie Haspeslagh está haciendo un doctorado en el Departamento de Relaciones Internacionales de la London School of Economics and Political Science sobre la implicación de los grupos armados y los efectos de la proscripción en los procesos de paz. Anteriormente dirigió la plataforma ABColombia.

Articles by Sophie Haspeslagh

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Pós-conflicto na Colômbia (17). Podem as FARC dedicar-se à política?

As FARC têm que aprender a fazer política sem armas. Depois de mais de 50 anos de guerra, este é o grande desafio ao que se enfrenta a Colômbia. Español English

Postconflict in Colombia (17). Can Colombia’s FARC turn to politics?

After more than 50 years of war, the FARC have to learn to do politics with no weapons. This is the great challenge facing Colombia. Português Español

Postconflicto en Colombia (17). ¿Pueden las FARC dedicarse a la política?

 Las FARC tienen que aprender a hacer política sin armas. Tras más de 50 años de guerra, este es el gran desafío al que se enfrenta Colombia. Português English

Why criminalise dialogue with terrorists?

UK Parliamentarians, the US Congress and the European Parliament need to take a closer look at the aspects of counter-terrorism legislation that have an adverse impact on mediation

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