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The book concludes by reflecting on the contribution of this research to understand other cases of negotiations with armed groups listed as terrorist organisation as well as implications for policy. It argues that international proscription makes pre-negotiations longer and more protracted, in effect reshaping how peace processes can be initiated. International proscription regimes criminalise both the actor and the act of terrorism. The chapter calls for an end to this amalgamation between acts and actors. By focussing on the acts instead, international policy would be better able to consider the violent actions both of armed groups and those of the state.

Proscribing peace

How listing armed groups as terrorists hurts negotiations


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