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negotiating table, with a perspective to eventual reconciliation. Furthermore, in the vicinity of the contact line, the damage or destruction of critical infrastructure has a profound impact on the lives of civilians. Water or gas infrastructure is often affected, and the workers keeping such infrastructure

in Security and Human Rights

the 2018 Law – have been genuinely designed as tools to counteract the disinformation that they claim to prevent and challenge. In practice, we see that such laws are capable of fostering a tremendous mistrust within Poland, provoking further memory wars amongst states, and halting reconciliation

in Security and Human Rights

affairs of another, is often considered to be one of the principal foundations of international order. 35 However, the international community can also view the relationship between sovereignty and outside interference as complementary rather than wholly contradictory. This reconciliation can be

in Global Responsibility to Protect

historic moment of Francis and Kirill speaking with one voice not only on family, but also on unity in martyrdom and reconciliation between the Catholic and the Orthodox Churches (Markus Schmidt, “Reflections on the Joint Declaration of Francis and Kirill at Havana 2016”, 50 One in Christ (2016), 1, 87

in Journal of Law, Religion and State

to succeed “in fostering reconciliation” than those of any government. 178 VII. Conclusion For all the reasons discussed above, we conclude that codes of conduct are viable alternatives to government regulations relating to religious persuasion. Codes that focus inwardly on a faith’s or network’s own

in Religion & Human Rights