Conflicting Narratives: The 1995 Peru-Ecuador Conflict Nationalism Gone Awry?
On 26 January 1995, deep rooted tensions between Ecuador and Peru finally boiled over into a military conflict that would go on to last for over three years. This dispute centered over a still un-demarcated border located in a remote jungle mountain range, spanning a mere 80 km. While tensions between the two nations go back 150 years, the 1941 invasion of Ecuador by Peru is by far the most serious source of resentment. In the context of World War II, and in the spirit of maintaining hemispheric stability, the United States, Argentina, Chile and Brazil compelled Ecuador into c…
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