'Toward a trans-scalar peace system: challenging complex global conflict systems' was published in Peacebuilding earlier this year, and examines the ways that the discourse on peacebuilding has failed to respond adequately to critiques of peacebuilding practice.
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The author’s emphasis on the centrality of legitimating logics to the sustenance of the global conflict system reminds us that attending to this ideational realm is critical to resisting and dismantling violence in its many forms.
Dr Millar's article has been noted for its focus on the deeper questions that surround peacebuilding practices, including the ways that priviliege informs agency and social impact.
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