This chapter examines the attempt of liberal peacebuilding to provide a positive peace and its encounters with its recipients. Based on the presented critical themes and empirical examples, the chapter argues that a negative hybrid peace often developed because of an institutional and normative discrepancy in local contexts. Power relations have been refined by liberal peacebuilding to form a peace that maintains the historical order.
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