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Hello. I want to ask if "to end the peace process" is the same as "to stop the peace process".
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    Yes, both phrases mean about the same.

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    I agree. If there is any difference, it's very slight.

    "To stop the peace process" could mean that someone deliberately stopped the process, even if progress was being made.

    "To end the peace process" could mean that it simply ended, whether successful or not. This phrasing doesn't sound so abrupt, to me.

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