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When is war a just war*How can outsiders best intervene in conflict*How do we understand relational peace-building and reconciliation*How can we effectively engage as Christians in resolving conflict Peter Dixon offers a moral framework on which to base our thinking, undergirded by a solid confidence in God’s sovereignty as we face the uncertainty of the real world. ‘I don’t think that we need to take responsibility for righting all the wrongs of the world like Superman,’ he says. ‘It is enough for us to do what we can, when we can, where we can.’ Peacemakers evolves at another level too. As the author takes us down an icy Kabul street, or allows us to observe children in procession in Southern Sudan, we experience first-hand the backcloth against which international peace-building takes place.