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Norway’s peace culture is further explored in the work of Marianne Gullestad, a Norwegian social anthropologist. ”36 Norwegian and Nordic Identity Eriksen concedes that regional history could conceivably have been used to construct a Scandinavian or Nordic identity, as opposed to the separate national identities now taken to compose the region. Though the two terms are frequently used interchangeably, “Scandinavia” is a geographical term that denotes Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. Politically, the term is extended to cover the three home-rule territories of the Faroes and Greenland (Denmark), and Åland (Sweden).
Chapters 4 and 5 explore their applicability to Norwegian participation in the Sudan and Sri Lankan negotiations. Peacebuilding We have divided peacemaking and peacebuilding because much of the literature does so. In the case of Norway, that dichotomy somewhat obscures an important connection because a great proportion of Norwegian aid could be considered as directed toward peacebuilding 22 M Norway’s Peace Policy through the long-term activities of its NGOs. As a complement to its peacemaking activities, Norway has started programs geared to postagreement peacebuilding.
71 It operates in close cooperation with the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC). 73 The Nansen Dialogue centers, named for Nobel Prize winner, Fridtjof Nansen (1861–1930), have established a presence in states of the former Yugoslavia. The centers seek to engage people from polarized groups in deeply divided societies in an ongoing exchange at the grassroots level. The centers build upon the idea that permanent peace depends upon ordinary people overcoming previous suspicions and hatreds. At the grassroots level, this draws directly upon the central idea that people make lasting peace.