Particularist Protectionism- includes groups who blame globalization for most of the economic, political, and cultural ills afflicting their home countries or regions. Threatened by the slow erosion of old social patterns, particularist protectionists denounce free trade, the power of global investors, the neoliberal agenda of the multinational corporations, and the Americanization of the world as practices that have contributed to the falling living standards and/or moral decline. Fearing the loss of their national self-determination and the destruction of their cultures, they pledge to protect their traditional ways of life from those “foreign elements” they consider responsible for unleashing the forces of globalization. Protectionists are more concerned with the well-being of their own citizens than with the construction of a more equitable international order based on global solidarity. Example, Pat Buchanan in the USA, groups like the John Birch Society, the Christian Coalition, and the Liberty Lobby.
Peacebuilding- the process of normalizing relations and reconciling differences between all the citizens of the warring factions.
Peacekeeping- keeping people from attacking each other by putting some kind of barrier between them
Peacemaking- the process of forging a settlement between the disputing parties
Procedural justice- The principle of fairness is also found in the idea of fair play (as opposed to the fair share of distributive justice).If people believe that a fair process was used in deciding what it to be distributed, then they may well accept an imbalance in what they receive in comparison to others. If they see both procedural and distributive injustice, they will likely seek restorative and/or retributive justice.