What is peace and how should it be defined? In a radical critique of the dominant paradigm of peace, Oliver Richmond examines its components and its short-comings in the context of a variety of post-Cold War peace operations and associated peace-building projects. Richmond raises important questions about whether the liberal peace project is universally viable, and internally coherent. If indeed it is then how can its construction as the dominant response to contemporary conflicts be facilitated?

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