The issues in Peru are a legitimate problem and they are not being handled very well. In the last decade Peru has suffered coming from some of it is worst clashes with neighbors in Latin America and border countries such as Honduras, Republic of colombia, Ecuador and the Peruvian authorities itself. Typically the United Nations did not make an effort to mediate these conflicts or perhaps solve all of them, but rather took a unaggressive role by merely monitoring the situation. This may not be an appropriate way for a location that is in turmoil and need of regional alternatives to these conflicts.

To start with, it is important to identify the root causes of the conflicts in Peru. In many cases an easy case of mistaken recognition by the Peruvian military when using the local people as the enemy triggered large-scale disputes that resulted in the deaths of harmless civilians and damage to worthwhile infrastructure. Various other cases have been completely caused by crimes, such as disappearances, forced disappearances and individual right abuses. Thirdly, an absence of effective regional cooperation has got resulted in various conflicts, which have become bigger, more difficult and longer term than they would had been if they had recently been handled properly at the beginning. Finally, corruption in the Peruvian protection forces, the inefficient distribution of information, and impunity over the messy war against drugs that was ravaging the nation for the last 20 years, among various other issues, include contributed to the expansion of conflicts in Peru.

These trouble is not likely to travel, as the residents from the region continue to be deeply attached to their history and tradition and have a deep wish to maintain a very good, united and democratic Peru. Unfortunately, there is not really enough politics will on the part of Latin American countries and other international institutions to impact change in Peru. Unless the regional hard work at modification and dialogue are really effective, conflicts in Peru should continue to boost, to the loss of the persons and the place. The time has now come meant for Latin American countries, which include Peru, to wake up and see what is really happening.