Reconciliation after violence and marginalization

After international war, the warring nations can settle for some form of peace and go their separate ways. After civil war, the enemies of the past must share a common geographical territory, government and national identity. Civil war leaves behind a fracture national identity and a heavy burden of distrust. Rebuilding relationships and national identity poses a greater burden than material reconstruction of the nation.

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