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This work is a scholarly treatment of the attempts made in the past few decades both inside and outside the UN to create ""Zones of Peace"" in various parts of the world. It analyzes current declarations and proposals for ""Zones of Peace"", and adumbrates some of the legal questions to which they give rise. Through a thorough analysis of certain already extant and emerging rules of international law, it identifies situations under which both land and maritime zones of peace could be created.