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Epilogue: new agendas for peacelocked

  • Oliver P. Richmond


‘Epilogue: new agendas for peace’ looks at the future for peacebuilding, outlines possible new agendas for peacebuilders, and gives a history of how peacebuilding has developed. New forms of peace that have emerged over recent years are complex and need to sustain everyday life in line with local level socio-historical norms, institutions, and laws as well as international architectures of peace. The international community will need to support local patterns of peace. The joining together of an advanced notion of peace is a recognition that humanity generally prefers and works towards a culture of peace.

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