Definition of Peace process

1. Noun. Any social process undertaken by governments who want their citizens to believe they are trying to avoid armed hostilities.

Generic synonyms: Social Process



Definition of Peace process

1. Noun. negotiations towards the peaceful settlement of a long-running conflict. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Peace Process

peace and quiet
peace bond
peace dividend
peace dividends
peace for our time
peace in our time
peace initiative
peace lily
peace march
peace of mind
peace offering
peace officer
peace out
peace pipe
peace pipes
peace process (current term)
peace processes
peace sign
peace treaties
peace treaty
peaceable
peaceableness
peaceablenesses
peaceably
peacebreaker
peacebreakers
peacebuilding
peaced
peaceful
peaceful coexistence

Literary usage of Peace process

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1. Egypt's Bid for Arab Leadership: Implications for U.S. Policy by Gregory L. Aftandilian (1993)
"Mubarak reportedly has told Rabin that Syria might undermine the peace process if it is pushed into a corner.32 Egypt, therefore, will pursue policies in ..."

2. Land Mines in Angola by Africa Watch Committee (1993)
"The peace process Also in 1988, the USSR signalled that it was no longer prepared to continue arming the Luanda government ad infinitum; ..."

3. Human Rights in Guatemala During President de León Carpio's First Year by Human Rights Watch/Americas (1994)
"The peace process On March 29, 1994, the government and the guerrilla coalition URNG reached a long-delayed agreement on human rights as part of their ..."

4. Political Murder and Reform in Colombia: The Violence Continues by Juan E. Méndez, Americas Watch Committee (U.S.) (1992)
"THE GUERRILLA WAR AND THE peace process The political violence described in the preceding pages occurs in the context of a broader conflict that includes ..."

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