Political Clans and Violence in the Southern Philippines
Peter Kreuzer (2005) Peace Research Institute Frankfurt Report No. 71
Abstract: Since 1972, a Muslim guerrilla has been waging a civil war in the southern Philippines, which has proved to be remarkably resistant to all attempts of peace. Still, under martial law, an initial agreement between the state and the guerrilla was reached, which aimed to put a stop to the violence, but which, so far, has not been realised.