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Risks and opportunities for conflict transformation
Maéva Clément, Anna Geis, and Hanna Pfeifer

chapter (Hensell and Schlichte) is devoted to a historical overview of recognition regimes since the Second World War and their diverging impacts on the chances of success of ANSAs’ recognition claims. The case studies are then structured in three parts corresponding to different conflict phases: Recognition during armed conflicts (part II), Recognition in conflict stalemates (part III), and Recognition in mediation and peace processes (part IV). The volume ends with a chapter discussing the consequences of labelling practices on conflict transformation, from the

in Armed non-state actors and the politics of recognition