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Lord North In England, Prime Minister Lord North fell from power in the wake of Yorktown (Fall 1781) and was replaced by the Marquess of Rockingham, a figure dedicated to concluding peace with the Americans.

Early negotiations were slowed by diplomatic maneuvering, particularly with Britain attempting to isolate American issues from French ones. The American representatives were under instructions to act jointly with France, but they soon opened separate secret talks with the British. An accord (the Treaty of Paris) was reached between England and the former colony, but implementation was delayed until the other European powers came to terms with Britain.

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Center for Peaceful Change
The center, now known as The Center for Applied Conflict Management (CACM), changed its name in 1994. It houses the university's conflict studies program and is attached to the department of political science.
http://speccoll.library.kent.edu/4may70/gcpc.html

Prospects for Peace in Darfur
CONCLUSION The Darfur Peace Agreement helps chart a path for lasting peace in yet another region of a country too long ravaged by war. It will establish a framework for a democratic process that will allow the people of Darfur to choose their own ...
http://www.state.gov/p/af/rls/rm/2006/66498.htm

Atoms for Peace | thebulletin.org
But the global outpouring of support for Atoms for Peace following the speech was at least partially due to an extensive and effective public relations campaign organized by Jackson. U.S. businesses sent out hundreds of thousands of pamphlets of ...
http://www.thebulletin.org/article.php?art_ofn=nd03weiss

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