A state that is unable to provide reasonable public services, often because of war, corruption, or criminal threats.
The law of war that defines the conduct and responsibilities of nations and individuals engaged in warfare.
A system of governance in which different segments of society are provided a share of power.
In capacity building, creating capacity that will remain in place and effective after the initiative ends.
The long-term process by which parties to a violent dispute build trust, learn to live cooperatively, and create a stable peace.