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The solutions that ultimately prove their worth are unlikely to be invented as abstract concepts on the drawing board. What is more likely in this context is a repetition of the European experience: the arrangements for coexistence and sustainable conflict management - in other words, internal peace - which ultimately prove viable on a long-term basis will have developed as the unintended outcome of political conflicts. Thus the non-European states will not be spared a fate similar to Europe's laborious, painful and conflict-ridden journey towards the democratic constitutional state, its institutions and ethos.
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Second, the inclusion of Track III actors and strategies is a far cry from the 'logic of management' predominant in the conflict settlement approach. In fact, Track III strategies such as capacity building and empowerment workshops reflect the 'logic of (local) empowerment'. Moreover, bottom-up Track III strategies aim to support or even generate local struggles for social justice and hence for radical, structural change. The underlying assumption is that the potential for peacebuilding already exists in the particular region or community and is rooted in its traditional culture.