Religion and Conflict Resolution

Johnston, Douglas M.
1996

Volume 20, Issue 1. Winter/Spring Religion is often seen as a contributing factor to many conflicts today, from Bosnia to Rwanda to Sri Lanka. Yet the central tenets of Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam may hold the keys to abating and resolving even the most bitter and violent disputes.

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