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Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding in Asia: Lessons in South-South Cooperation


Conflict is a longstanding and persistent element of Asian domestic and international relations. As development cooperation increasingly focuses on connectivity between nations, regions, and continents, interstate and intrastate conflict becomes a critical variable of sustainable development.

This volume exposes the contours of Asia’s complicated geopolitical landscape from the perspective of Asian countries affected by conflict, as well as countries trying to provide support to conflict-affected areas. The observations and suggestions supplied provide insights on how Asian countries can support peacebuilding initiatives and encourage sustainable development across the continent.

Posted June 16, 2020
Related locations: Korea
Related programs: Development and Aid Effectiveness
Related topics: Asian Approaches to Development Cooperation series