Released: September 30, 2019
Part I delineates the ELN at its origins, including its primary influences, from its inception as a Marxist/Maoist group inspired by the Cuban Revolution, its leaders trained in Cuba by Fidel and Raul Castro and Che Guevara; the combination of such Marxist/Maoist philosophy with liberation theology; and its status as a non-state actor and combatant following La Violencia.
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