Peru: Crisis Averted Or Justice Postponed? New Diplomacy Could Determine Course For The Quechua
Darrin Mortenson, 2012
This week could easily have been marked by conflict on the Amazonian tributary of Rio Pastaza, where members of a dozen Quechua indigenous communities have been anxiously counting down the final fortnight of a 40-day deadline that their leaders gave regional government officials and the Argentinian oil company PlusPetrol to fulfill important promises they made the...
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