Explores common critiques in the literature of hybrid peacebuilding, especially the lack of connection between hybridity in theory and practice. Analyzes mid-space actors in the peacebuilding process in Cambodia and in Mindanao, the Philippines. Examines the process of identity-building of Cambodian monks and how such a process enables or hinders the monks to bridge existing cleavages. Introduces the outsider’s perspective on hybrid peacebuilding and how Asian peacebuilding actors such as China and Japan are engaging with mid-space actors who provide key bridges in peacebuilding.
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