Oxford University Press (2006)

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Including contributions from some of the world's leading scholars, this ground-breaking book provides a carefully considered analysis of what constitutes a just peace. A cross-section of conflicting viewpoints from political, historical, and legal perspectives are brought together in this book to demonstrate how just peace has to be a mediated peace.
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