Peacemaking
in Peacemaking in the twenty-first century
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This chapter reflects on the challenges of peacemaking in various contexts, including in Northern Ireland. It sets out a variety of challenges, focussing on the conflict between the forces of integration and harmony, democracy, diversity, peace, trade, information technology, shared advances in health and sciences against the forces of disintegration, chaos, terror, weapons of mass destruction, poverty, disease, ignorance, racial, religious, ethnic and tribal hatred. It underlines the importance of the Good Friday Agreement.

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