Ethics and International Affairs 18 (2):3-12 (2004)
AbstractIn recent years there have been concerted efforts to ensure that the different components of the international response to crisis-affected countries are integrated in pursuit of a stated goal of comprehensive, durable, and just resolution of conflict.
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