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Unformatted text preview: in divided societies. Relationship the basis of the conflict and of its long term solution Encounter address the past without getting locked into the past (hearing stories validate and restore) Find innovation must move outside traditional statist IR political traditions and discourse to do this Reconciliation can be understood as a: Locus social space, place, location to encounter Focus oriented towards the relational aspects of conflict Seeks to reframe in order to innovatively address, integrate, and embrace Examples: Rwanda Gacaca courts 1993 PLO-Israeli Peace Accords (Arafat/Rabin) South African Truth and Reconciliation Comm. There must be a shared vision of a desired future-Robert Axelrod would say that we must enlarge the shadow of the future-Robert Putmans twenty-year comparative, longitudinal study...
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