Reconciliation in the Transformation of Conflict. An Analysis of the South African Experience and Implications for its Application in International Conflict Resolution from a Peace Theoretical Perspective
When violence has ceased it is often assumed that from this very moment peace has been restored. Definitions of peace and war have influenced earlier peace building interventions which in turn constituted the simple act of putting the weapons down as sufficient. Only recently have attempts to incorp...
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