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UT Dallas study: Resolving border issues is best step to peace for rival nations

(University of Texas at Dallas) A new UT Dallas study finds that resolving border disputes gives rival nations the best hope for moving toward peace.The study, recently published online in Conflict Management and Peace Science, concludes that settling territorial conflicts had a greater impact on rival nations' relations than democratization or ending civil wars.
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A new UT Dallas study finds that resolving border disputes gives rival nations the best hope for moving toward peace.

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