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International programmes pretend to fix the roof of a damaged house, but often ignore the subsidence or collapse of its structures. There is no alternative to working towards re-establishing clear rules about the legitimate use of violence to ensure security and peace, but the question is the level of society – state, region or the globe – at which that monopoly should be exercised. The realities in war-torn countries and conflict-prone societies teach us that there is no universal blueprint for monopolizing violence and creating a basis for security and peace.

First, the local level. The new wars arising from the erosion or disintegration of the state are but one side of the coin. On the other side, the emergence of the nation-state has contributed in many cases to violence or has disrupted traditional local pre-state mechanisms for conflict management. Wars and large-scale violence have arisen as a result of state formation. Böge (2004) describes a number of cases in which traditional, non-nation-statebased conflict regulation has worked and in which the emergence of the state has destroyed or manipulated pre-existing conflict regulation.

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