Root Causes of Violence in Post-Civil War Guatemala: A Literature Review
Turner, Duilia Mora
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Captain Duilia Mora Turner, USAF wrote this article, published by E-International Relations: "Root Causes of Violence in Post-Civil War Guatemala: A Literature Review" (April 8). Captain Turner, an Air Force Meteorologist, received a Master of Arts degree in Security Studies (western hemisphere) in March 2015. Her thesis is entitled, Violent Crime in Post-Civil War Guatemala: Causes and Policy Implications; her advisors were Thomas C. Bruneau and Florina Cristiana Matei. After graduating in Winter 2015, Captain Turner reported to the U.S. Embassy in Argentina for a strategic engagement immersion. Her goals include further research and scholarship on cooperation between Latin American nations relating to policy making.
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