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peace dividend

n.
An amount of money taken from a defense budget and appropriated elsewhere in times of peace when less money is required for defense than in times of hostility or war.

peace dividend

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) additional money available to a government from cuts in defence expenditure because of the end of a period of hostilities

peace′ div`idend


n.
money cut by a government from its defense budget as a result of the cessation of hostilities with other countries.
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More broadly, the UK recognises the need to keep up momentum following the Peace Agreement, and to deliver much-anticipated peace dividends to women, civil society and the youth of CAR.We would like to ask the Independent Expert for her view on the inclusiveness of the Peace Agreement.We would also welcome her advice on what we can all do to support institutions such as the Special Criminal Court in CAR.
With higher budget allocations, and key projects to spur growth and peace dividends, this is likely to happen.That Mindanao has so much to offer has become an even bigger possibility.
A ratified BOL will not immediately bring in the peace dividends that everyone in this battle-scarred region desires and expects once the new Bangsamoro government will be in place.
Stability in South Sudan brings peace dividends that will be felt across the region.
"It seems markets are beginning to price in possible 'peace dividends,' albeit modestly for now," Goldman Sachs said in its latest report.
SERHETABAT -- Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has expressed the confidence that TAPI gas pipeline project would provide shared prosperity, unite people, and provide socio-economic development and peace dividends in the region.
He also noted that Taiwan and China have signed 23 agreements since his first term began in 2008, creating huge peace dividends and bringing about the most peaceful and stable cross-strait period over the past 66 years.
"David Yau Yau underlined the urgency of implementing the agreement and providing the people of Greater Pibor with peace dividends to help build trust and stability among the affected communities," said UNMISS in a statement released on Friday.
Looking ahead, Ma urged both parties to strengthen mutual trust and cooperation to create more peace dividends and bring happiness to the people.
The program included wide varieties of works such as implementation of community stabilization activities in volatile areas of the country, encouraging cooperation among communities, strengthening linkages between citizens and the Government of Nepal and demonstrating tangible peace dividends during this fragile transition period.
Before councilors debate how to spend money diverted from current wars, they should settle the question of how to appropriate the city's share of the peace dividends that followed the end of the Cold War, the Vietnam War, the Korean War, both world wars and the Spanish-American War.
Katsura said his government remains committed in providing assistance for reconstruction of the conflict-affected areas including construction of schools, vocational centres, and water supply systems "to make the local people feel peace dividends or feel that peace is better than fighting each other".