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April 2, 2006

How To Keep The Peace--Understand Power

It's maxim not to be despised 'Though peace be made, yet its interest that keeps the peace. ----Cromwell. Speech, September 4, 1654

Born out of conflict, the labor of mutual adjustments to change, peace is a new social contract. Its spine is a balance of powers; its organs, expectations. But peace eventually ages and, overcome by change, dies as it entered this world: in conflict. And of its life, cooperative and productive, its offspring, experience, will remain.

Thus the question: how to assure peace a long and healthy life, and to minimize the burden of its inevitable passing. The Peacekeeping Principle underlies the answers. It is this.

PEACE DEPENDS ON KEEPING EXPECTATIONS AND POWER ALIGNED

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Posted by Rudy at April 2, 2006 10:53 PM





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