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conflict Conflict is a serious disagreement or argument between two or more parties.
destruction Weapons of mass destruction are weapons intended to cause widespread damage.
deterrence Nuclear deterrence could potentially lead to Mutually Assured Destruction.
forgiveness Forgiveness is letting go of resentment or vengeance towards a person or group.
holy A holy war is a war that is believed to be for religious purpose.
just A Just War is a war that is deemed to be morally justifiable.
justice Justice is fairness and equality in the way that people are treated.
making Peace making means working towards peace through discussion and action.
nuclear Nuclear deterrence is the practice of keeping nuclear weapons to prevent other states from attacking.
pacifism Pacifism is the belief that violence and war are unjustifiable.
peace Peace is the opposite of war: stability and tranquility.
protest Protest means a statement or action to express objection to something.
reconciliation Reconciliation is rebuilding a relationship after disagreement.
retaliation Retaliation is the act of returning an attack.
terrorism Terrorism refers to acts of violence or intimidation against civilians.
victims Victims of war are those killed, harmed or made homeless during the war.
violence Violence is the use of physical force to injure, abuse or damage.
war War is armed conflict between two or more sides.
weapons Nuclear weapons are weapons of mass destruction.

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