Negotiation Peace Agreement

The art of negotiating a peace treaty in modern times has been described by the jurist Christine Bell as lex pacificatoria[2] with a peace treaty that could contribute to the legal framework of the post-conflict or jus post bellum. [3] The terms “comprehensive agreements” and “Framework Agreements” are often used synonymously. There is, however, a small difference between the two types of agreements: there have been 78 peacekeeping operations since 1948. While many of them have been successful, failed attempts to achieve peace have been serious. For example, several attempts at negotiations failed in the Iraq-Iran war of 1980-1988. The death toll in both countries is estimated at between 1 and 2 million. Authors: Felix Colchester (CR), Laura Henao Izquierdo (CINEP) and Philipp Lustenberger (swisspeace) The contract was concluded between Ramses II and Hatusili┼í III during the twenty-first year of government[14] (approx. 1258 BC) closed…

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