Definition of Peace initiative
1. Noun. Opening move in negotiating a peace treaty.
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Literary usage of Peace initiative
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1. Arms Reduction; Economic Implication in the Post-Cold War Era by Lawrence Robert Klein, Fu-chen Lo, Warwick J. McKibbin (1995)
"14 Japan's ODA policies for a peace initiative Takao Kawakami It gives me great pleasure today to address this distinguished assembly on the subject of ..."
2. Syria and the Middle East Peace Process by Alasdair Drysdale, Raymond A. Hinnebusch (1991)
"The US peace initiative following the gulf war contained many of the external ... If this latest, and most promising, US peace initiative ultimately fails, ..."
3. Angola Unravels: The Rise and Fall of the Lusaka Peace Process by Alex Vines, Human Rights Watch (Organization) (1999)
"They have collected 147 signatures and hope to have many thousands by the end of the year.640 A third peace initiative was launched by sixty NGOs and church ..."
4. Land Or Peace: Whither Israel? by Yael Yishai (1987)
"Meir added that in accepting the American government's peace initiative, Israel was not making any territorial commitments. On the contrary, the Israeli ..."
5. 40 Km Into Lebanon: Israel's 1982 Invasion by H. Thomas Davis (1995)
"The Reagan peace initiative calls for an end to the construction of new Israeli settlements and the establishment of a Palestinian entity on the West Bank ..."
6. Regional Integration and Cooperation in West Africa: A Multidimensional by Réal P. Lavergne (1997)
"The usefulness of concerted action by member states in the Liberian conflict can be gauged by the contribution that the ECOWAS peace initiative has made: ..."