Peace, multiculturalism and development
in Peacemaking in the twenty-first century
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This chapter addresses the issues of identity, cosmopolitan multiculturalism, democracy, the reconceptualization of the nation-state, development and the ways in which potentially divisive and destructive forces might be transformed into powers for the public good. It draws on recent developments in South Africa. It concludes that the intellectual projects of our age are peace, justice and development, within and beyond states.

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