Sisters in Arms: Female Foreign Fighters of the FARC

By Alex Stonor Until a peace deal in 2016, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) were engaged in the longest-running conflict between a Latin American government and a guerrilla group. Six decades of fighting led to humanitarian disasters, the death of more than 250,000, and the displacement of 5 million civilians. Despite the chaos … Continue reading Sisters in Arms: Female Foreign Fighters of the FARC