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This index presents a list of terms and concepts associated with a particular author marked with an acronym in brackets. The acronyms apply to the following authors: I.K. = Immanuel Kant; J.M.K. = John Maynard Keynes; K.M. = Karl Marx; A.S. = Adam Smith. Central to the current development debate is the importance of human welfare in the context of group conflict. When considering ethnic, racial and religious conflict, this debate draws us toward a 'political economy' of conflict. Moreover, notions of an economic paradigm have become prominent when international organizations debate conflict prevention. In contrast, a rethinking of the ethical economy of conflict prevention provides a useful tool for international organizations when implementing a human rights-based approach to development and long-term conflict prevention.

Keywords: human welfare; international organizations; political economy; religious conflict

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