Colombia’s chief government negotiator said today he wants to increase the pace of peace talks with the FARC rebels . . . talks currently center on land reform . . . the government says the two sides must reach an accord by November 2013 . . . the rebels declared a unilateral cease fire until January 20, but the government continues military operations against them . . . a quick resolution to the 40-year-old insurgency is unlikely, given the complex issues involved in the talks . . . in addition to land reform, the two sides need to tackle the issues of disarming the rebels, ending the armed conflict, reintegrating rebels into society and ending criminal activities such as drug trafficking by FARC members . . . many members of the rebel group have little incentive to sign a peace accord which forces them to give up lucrative criminal activities.