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Timing Reconciliation, Case Study Sudan

Sunnliden, Marija LU (2009) FKVK01 20091
Department of Political Science
Abstract
This study analyses the importance of timing reconciliation in a conflict/peace process in order to reach a sustainable peace. There is a main divide in how the different scholars in the conflict resolution field define reconciliation in being a goal or a process, or both. Mostly reconciliation initiatives are worked with during the post-settlement period but in the protracted conflicts of today the conflicts do
not have a “wave-like” timeline and the post-conflict period maybe never comes. I believe that the peace building society puts to much focus on the peace agreement and the post-settlement period when more focus on the peace process before is needed. I start the thesis with an analysis on the theoretical framework and then I... (More)
This study analyses the importance of timing reconciliation in a conflict/peace process in order to reach a sustainable peace. There is a main divide in how the different scholars in the conflict resolution field define reconciliation in being a goal or a process, or both. Mostly reconciliation initiatives are worked with during the post-settlement period but in the protracted conflicts of today the conflicts do
not have a “wave-like” timeline and the post-conflict period maybe never comes. I believe that the peace building society puts to much focus on the peace agreement and the post-settlement period when more focus on the peace process before is needed. I start the thesis with an analysis on the theoretical framework and then I continue with a case study on Sudan. A country in an unstable post-settlement
period. (Less)
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author
Sunnliden, Marija LU
supervisor
organization
course
FKVK01 20091
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
peace and conflict studies, freds- och konfliktvetenskap, conflict transformation, peace agreements, Sudan, reconciliation, peace process
language
English
id
1411189
date added to LUP
2009-06-23 09:27:52
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2015-12-14 13:34:36
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  abstract     = {This study analyses the importance of timing reconciliation in a conflict/peace process in order to reach a sustainable peace. There is a main divide in how the different scholars in the conflict resolution field define reconciliation in being a goal or a process, or both. Mostly reconciliation initiatives are worked with during the post-settlement period but in the protracted conflicts of today the conflicts do 
not have a “wave-like” timeline and the post-conflict period maybe never comes. I believe that the peace building society puts to much focus on the peace agreement and the post-settlement period when more focus on the peace process before is needed. I start the thesis with an analysis on the theoretical framework and then I continue with a case study on Sudan. A country in an unstable post-settlement 
period.},
  author       = {Sunnliden, Marija},
  keyword      = {peace and conflict studies,freds- och konfliktvetenskap,conflict transformation,peace agreements,Sudan,reconciliation,peace process},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Timing Reconciliation, Case Study Sudan},
  year         = {2009},
}