All peace is local
in Peacemaking in the twenty-first century
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This chapter partly argues that entering conflict is a lot easier than exiting conflict and that there are no quick, easy solutions. It also acknowledges that there is no neat universal solution, for wherever people attempt to build peace, while the challenge will be the same there will be differences of context, memory, ambition, personality, resources and outcome. It reviews critical developments in the Northern Ireland peace process, concluding that there is a time for moving on.

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