A large-scale armed conflict within a country fought for political or economic power or the right to secede.
The long-term process by which parties to a violent dispute build trust, learn to live cooperatively, and create a stable peace.
The benefit a country receives from cutting back military spending, especially after the end of a war.
The notion that it is desirable and possible to enhance the capacity of media for building peace.
The way people see themselves—the groups they feel a part of, the aspects of themselves that they use to describe themselves.