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How Should War-Torn Countries Go About the Reconciliation Process?

Following a war—especially the kind of war that pits neighbor against neighbor—it would seem like the best thing for members of both sides to do is to sit down and hash their problems out—say “sorry,” offer forgiveness, maybe have a big bonfire.

Read Here – Pacific Standard

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