Rough translation of title: The Geopolitics of the Diaspora
This first chapter addresses and explains the dispossession mechanisms in the specific case of the appropriation of traditional seeds and the privatization of water.
The second chapter explains the role played by conservation systems in Latin America as mechanisms of dispossession, associated with territorial conflicts that have been generated by the illegal appropriation of public natural resources.
The third chapter enumerates and describes the particular cases of privatization and foreignerization processes of the most important lands in Colombia from a historical view of the problem.
The fourth chapter, based on the cases presented in the previous chapters, theoretically analyzes the mechanisms of land expropriation in Colombia.
The fifth and last chapter develops an analysis of the military strategy that has been applied with the objective of ensuring the expropriation of the natural resources of Latin America and Colombia.
Description: 6.75 x 9.5 inches boxed book, bookmark, 2 stickers, 9 maps