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“The Primacy of Peacemaking1: How Kosovo Crisis ended and its lesson to the post-Corona conflicts”

Updated: Aug 3, 2021

Saturday,july 3,2021


Peacemaking is a process of achieving peace by reconciling adversaries. For this purpose, it requires renewed peacemaking efforts that address both the needs and desires of parties in conflict. It has become a challenge to carry out peacemaking when the norms and standards of human conduct and behavior have become unpredictable due to unintended circumstances. This meeting attempts to ascertain how peacemaking can still achieve what is intended by the process with reference to the successful peacemaking process that took place in 1998-99 for Former Yugoslavia.

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