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While Duffield points to the imbuement of development with "strategic peace-building powers" (135) (where governing "borderlands" at a distance through international public policy is an actuarial exercise in calculating and thus managing the risks of violence in "zones of insecurity" (136)), CFP similarly invests in the belief that the transformation of girls' characters and the reform of men, boys, and the wider society will transfigure Sierra Leone into a peaceful "new" society (137) belonging to the global moral community.