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Conflict and Cooperation in International Politics By David Hubert
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Conflict and Cooperation in International Politics is a college-level introduction to the international political system. It introduces students to the history of the international system,... More > theoretical approaches to international relations, the international political economy, international laws and organizations, and contemporary issues of conflict and cooperation.< Less
Resolving Conflict and Realizing World Peace By International Educational Foundation
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Resolving Conflict and Realizing World Peace By International Educational Foundation
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Ethnic Conflicts Causes and International Community Biases By Kelly Ngyah
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The necessity for dynamic and interwoven approaches into foreign government interests has becomes a prerequisite option to get the actual insight roots of ethnic conflicts. Major phenomenal issues... More > such as greed and the desire for discriminatory economic and political power may interfere and manipulate communities into struggles over values which promote conflicts. As such, Dr. NGYAH examines such links while uprooting facts from primordialist, institutionalist, political entrepreneurship and scarcity of resources as significant ethnic conflicts causal elements. In so doing, he probes in another debate question for researchers in the field, saying ‘the causal dynamics of an ethnic conflict needs to be sorted in [its gain searcher-roots undercover actors]’. Also, with help of a diagram flow and exemplary cases, he further explains how the international community, including major foreign government bodies could be involved in fueling up ethnic conflict strives.< Less
Addressing Cyber Instability: Executive Summary By Cyber Conflict Studies Association
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Addressing Cyber Instability By Cyber Conflict Studies Association
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The Cyber Conflict Studies Association (CCSA) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, created by thought leaders in the field to promote a diversified research agenda. CCSA's vision is to be a premier... More > resource in the area of cyber conflict by fostering dialogue, leading research, and cultivating programs focused on the implications of cyber conflict.< Less
The Distinction between International and Non –International Armed Conflict in Contemporary International Humanitarian Law By Farrukh Khan
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A distinction used to exist in the traditional view of humanitarian law of armed conflict between international and non – international armed conflict. The previously mentioned observation is... More > supported by the fact that the Additional Protocols to the Geneva Convention of 1949 dealt separately with international conflict and non – international conflict. Additional Protocol I dealt with international conflict, but Additional Protocol II dealt with non – international conflicts. However, as a result of the evolution in international human rights law, practical lessons that have been learnt from both international and non – international conflicts and opinio juris as well as the opinions of international organisations, the distinction between international and non – international conflicts is now much blurred. This essay presents a discussion about the distinction between international and non – international conflict in contemporary international humanitarian law.< Less
The Distinction between International and Non –International Armed Conflict in Contemporary International Humanitarian Law By Farrukh Khan
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A distinction used to exist in the traditional view of humanitarian law of armed conflict between international and non – international armed conflict. The previously mentioned observation is... More > supported by the fact that the Additional Protocols to the Geneva Convention of 1949 dealt separately with international conflict and non – international conflict. Additional Protocol I dealt with international conflict, but Additional Protocol II dealt with non – international conflicts. However, as a result of the evolution in international human rights law, practical lessons that have been learnt from both international and non – international conflicts and opinio juris as well as the opinions of international organisations, the distinction between international and non – international conflicts is now much blurred. This essay presents a discussion about the distinction between international and non – international conflict in contemporary international humanitarian law.< Less
Migration, Ethnicity, & Conflict: The Environment of Insecurity and Turkish Kurdish International Migration By Ibrahim Sirkeci
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This thesis examines the motivations, mechanisms and prospects of Turkish Kurdish international migration in relation to the Environment of Insecurity as a set of combined socio-economic and... More > political factors triggered by an ethnic conflict. The analysis focuses on three different, but complementary, levels of analysis. The research comprises first, the analysis of the environment of insecurity in Turkey emphasising its broader socio-economic, legal-political, and demographic aspects; second, the patterns and processes of international migration involving Turkish Kurds investigating the motivations, the mechanisms, and the future migration potentials; third, the role of the expression of ethnicity and of ethnic conflict.< Less
‘’Causes of International Conflicts According to Jung’s Theory of Archetypes and the Collective Unconsciousness.’’ By Wojciech Filaber
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Carl G. Jung was one of the key psychoanalytical innovators of the twentieth century. Apart from his wide contribution to psychoanalysis he devoted a significant part of his life trying to understand... More > wider events regarding the international politics. After the First World War Jung began applying his clinical work and theories trying to explain the cause of the irrational behaviour which had driven Europe to the international conflict. Further, during the Second World War Jung again began applying his theories trying to explore the hidden patterns in the human psyche which drifted Europe towards another conflict. In the essay on ‘Wotan’ Jung revealed to the reader his ideas in which he presented the instability of the human mind of the times. In the period of conflict and charismatic leadership in Europe Jung contributed his clinical work and theories of archetypes and collective unconsciousness to explore the understanding of the archetypal causes of war that afflicted the world.< Less