Peace and reconciliation in the modern world
in Peacemaking in the twenty-first century
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This chapter argues that peace, always a noble goal, is now a strategic imperative, identifying four lessons. It is only through sustained constant engagement with the rest of the world can the United States help foster peace where tensions exist and democracy is threatened. Second, allies matter. Third, the road to peace starts with the formation of democracies that are inclusive, that spreads the promise of democracy to all people in society, especially women, children, minorities. Fourth, that peace takes time, but that in the modern world time may not be the friend of peace.

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