Group Cohesion and Peace Processes

Internal cohesion of non-State armed groups during peace processes.

Date Published
12 Sep 2017
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Drawing on a wide range of cases, including Burma, Colombia, Senegal, and Uganda, this Peace Brief, published by the U.S. Institute for Peace, discusses the internal cohesion of non-State armed groups, explains how weak cohesion can undermine a peace process, and offers various strategies that those supporting peace processes can deploy to mitigate such risks.

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