Peace Making

1. a. Diplomatic actions conducted after the commencement of conflict, with the aim of establishing a peaceful settlement They can include the provision of good offices, mediation, conciliation and such actions as isolation and sanctions (UK-military). b. Action to bri'lg hostile parties to agreement, essentially through such peaceful means as those foreseen in Chapter VI of the Charter of the United Nations. (AFPM 3-8-1) 3. diplomatic actions to bring hostile parties to negotiated agreements through peaceful means or use of “good officers” mission. ( PAM 7-03)

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