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Spaces of exception and spaces of normality : towards a relational understanding of violence and peace in Muslim Mindanao

Jeroen Adam (UGent)
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This article argues for a relational and historical understanding of the violent confict in Muslim Mindanao, the Philippines that goes beyond treating this region as a violent “space of exception,” but instead points at similarities and congruities with other parts of the Philippines. Te consequences of this observation are discussed in relation to the ongoing peace negotiations in the region. Rather than seeing these as efforts potentially transforming Muslim Mindanao into a peaceful “space of normality,” it is argued that the impact of these negotiations will remain confned, as they solely tackle the national confict scale and remain confned to only one type of armed organization.
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Philippines, Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), peace negotiations, violent confict, state formation, Mindanao

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Adam, Jeroen. “Spaces of Exception and Spaces of Normality : Towards a Relational Understanding of Violence and Peace in Muslim Mindanao.” ASIAN JOURNAL OF PEACEBUILDING 5.1 (2017): 49–66. Print.
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Adam, Jeroen. (2017). Spaces of exception and spaces of normality : towards a relational understanding of violence and peace in Muslim Mindanao. ASIAN JOURNAL OF PEACEBUILDING, 5(1), 49–66.
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Adam, Jeroen. 2017. “Spaces of Exception and Spaces of Normality : Towards a Relational Understanding of Violence and Peace in Muslim Mindanao.” Asian Journal of Peacebuilding 5 (1): 49–66.
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Adam, Jeroen. 2017. “Spaces of Exception and Spaces of Normality : Towards a Relational Understanding of Violence and Peace in Muslim Mindanao.” Asian Journal of Peacebuilding 5 (1): 49–66.
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Adam J. Spaces of exception and spaces of normality : towards a relational understanding of violence and peace in Muslim Mindanao. ASIAN JOURNAL OF PEACEBUILDING. 2017;5(1):49–66.
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J. Adam, “Spaces of exception and spaces of normality : towards a relational understanding of violence and peace in Muslim Mindanao,” ASIAN JOURNAL OF PEACEBUILDING, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 49–66, 2017.
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