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It is a sad fact that violent conflict affects many countries, and that there is an irrefutable link between conflict, peace and development. Countries affected by war suffer from greater poverty, malnutrition, and underdevelopment. It is broadly recognised that stability and peace are prerequisites for poverty alleviation and a successful development process – and that sustainable development, when successfully pursued, reinforces human security, stability, and peace.