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n Law, Democracy & Development - Promoting human rights and achieving reconciliation at the international level (part 1)

Volume 10, Issue 1
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Abstract

Reconciliation is frequently narrowly understood as taking place between individuals or groups at the national level In a specific country. Yet it occurs at many levels in a nation, including the personal, the interpersonal, the community, and the national level. However, reconciliation can and often needs to occur between international actors. This is because relationships between states and other actors on the international stage periodically deteriorate.

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2006-01-01
2016-12-11

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