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Conflict Diagnosis Term Paper

… Conflict Diagnosis in the News: Applying the Steps of Conflict Diagnosis to the Current Korean Tension

The method of analyzing and resolving conflicts known as conflict diagnosis can be highly effective in a wide range of issues, from individual conflicts between co-workers to relationship issues to major international incidents with very large global ramifications and highly complex power struggles. Utilizing this method can help break down the complexities of these issues into clearly observable and more concrete parts, allowing more definite patterns to emerge with far greater clarity than would be possible if trying to address complex conflicts without such a system. An application of the conflict diagnosis method to a current international conflict receiving media attention will demonstrate both the efficacy and the broad…. [read more]

Culture Conflict Research Paper

… Culture Conflict

The conflict that I have chosen is the ongoing issue with the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea. A few days ago, China unilaterally claimed an air protection zone around the islands, informing airlines that they would need authorization from China to fly over the islands. This move is another attempt by China to claim sovereignty over these islands, which have belonged to Japan since the 19th century and were uninhabited prior that. The response of the U.S. was declare China's actions a provocation that challenges the status quo in the area and threatens to destabilize the region (Branigan, 2013). Further response has come in the form of Japanese and American bombers flying over the islands, and China's response of sending its…. [read more]

Conflict Resolution in the Middle Term Paper

… The pro-Israel camp has its own lobbies, organizations, think tanks, magazines, support groups, Internet user groups, etc. that strives hard to establish that the Arabs are wrong and they are right. The Israelis pose to be more outstanding in morality than the Arabs. Similarly the lobbies, organizations, think tanks, magazines, support groups, Internet user groups, etc. existing in the side of pro-Arab camps strives hard to establish that the Israelis are wrong and they are right. They also announce in similar fashion that they are morally more upstanding in comparison to the Israelis. Both of the groups are accusing each other labeling allegation that the other is morally deficient, the other is not acting nicely and because of the other that they are not arriving…. [read more]

Conflict Resolution: Scenario Analysis Research Paper

… Scenario 4: A University professor teaching ethics is frustrated with his Chinese students because they have difficulty in speaking English. The professor always marks down their grades for grammatical syntax and spelling. During class he makes a remark saying "We're in America, you should learn to speak English" to one of his international students. The student becomes embarrassed and finds it even harder to answer. There is a long period of silence as the professor continues to mock her/him. Is this prejudice? If so, shouldn't a professor rise above his own prejudices? The student does not report the ethics professor to the Dean of the Department.

Scenario 5: A race car instructor believes women drivers are dangerous. At work, twenty four students show up with…. [read more]

Conflict Our Interpretations, Mediation Strategies Research Paper

… Communication:

Humans tend to be creatures that often have imperfect communication processes. This imperfection is sometimes the source of conflict, whether it is the compatibility of interests or any other reason, it often becomes hard to resolve. Human communication has gained a lot of interest and people have researched on it in order to come up with a literature and come up with the reasons why communication often fails, they also attempt to come up with a resolution for it. What these researchers try to find out is why it is hard for humans to communicate what they want and how it ends up into a difficult situation when they are emotionally charged. It has been found that often the problem lies with the communicator…. [read more]

Drafting ?I Chose Border Conflicts Essay

… Both powers have recently sent an important amount of troops in regions that are being disputed, but it is difficult and almost impossible to predict if a conflict will actually take place in either of the regions, taking into account that this would seriously destabilize both countries.



Conflict between two parties is handled in different ways. When countries are involved, one country or another may try to negotiate and resolve the conflict. The results can vary. The attempt may be successful, partially successful, or it may fail and the conflict continues or even escalates. Also, other countries may try to mediate by getting the two counties together…. [read more]

Senkaku / Diaoyu Islands Dispute Research Paper

… After doing detailed research into the islands' ownership issues, Inoue concluded that "…these islands are territory of the People's Republic of China, the only authority over the entire China" (Pan, 78).

As regards the San Francisco Peace Treaty, the Chinese have never accepted that treaty as legally binding, Pan continues. In fact China issued a strong objection in the form of a formal protest with the U.S. government right after the peace treaty was signed in 1951, Pan explains. If the islands are really Japan's territory, then why did Japan "…claim the islands in 1895, but not earlier, for example, in 1885, when Japan took over today's Diato Islands?" Pan asks. Professor Inoue supports this aspect of investigating the ownership issue. Inoue agrees that the…. [read more]

Palestinian and Israeli Conflict in International Law Term Paper

… Palestinian and Israeli Conflict in International Law

History by itself and the differing views of history possibly play a very significant role in the conflict between the people of Palestine and Israel. Thus historical accounts and the interpretation of these accounts are made use of in the claims and counter claims of the parties in the dispute. "No two historians ever agree on what happened, and the damn thing is they both think they're telling the truth" (a Brief History of Israel and Palestine and the Conflict)

History of the Conflict from the Time of Creation of Israel

The UN General Assembly agreed to a plan November 29, 1947 for the division of Arab lands into the three parts of Israel Palestine and an internationally-administered…. [read more]

Political Boundaries and Conflicts Research Paper

… Political Boundaries and Conflicts

Boundaries refer to physical or psychologically established separations, which mark the ends of agreeable operations and internalities within two or more nations. Every country in the world has its own boundary in the partition, which marks the geological exemplification from one country to another. For instance, the United States of America has boundaries, which separate it from its neighboring countries like Mexico. Germany is a nation with boundaries and shows the end of its geographical dominance with its neighboring countries. Any nation has boundaries and possible most of which are politically instilled. For instance, rivaling political parties exhibit political boundaries, which denote the depth of their political dominance in the region. Still between two or more countries, political boundaries are bound…. [read more]

History of Discrimination From Legislation Essay

… The first is instrumental theory whereby it is believed that if one does one thing it will lead to another and states that people work for money. Content theory of motivation revolves around the fact that employees have an influence on their motivation. The idea behind this theory is that any need that is not met motivates people to satisfy them. The process theory puts emphasis on the fact that psychological processes have an effect on motivation hence when the employee approach is in agreement with the organizational goal, then he will be psychologically settled and hence motivated. Goal theory states that motivation and performance are normally higher when individuals have goals set, when they are difficult but accepted and when there is performance or…. [read more]

Future Conflict Triggers in South East Asia Essay

… Se Asia Conflict Triggers

Local Quarrels, Regional Risks:

Myanmar and Papua New Guinea

Decades of relative peace and prosperity have allowed the democracies of Southeast Asia the latitude to pursue economic cooperation and relatively stable domestic policies. But while the "liberal peace" of ASEAN has allowed its members to support each other's traditional security interests while settling disputes through non-violent channels (Dosch 2007, p. 211), regional membership in this pluralistic community is not universal. In fact, at least two low-level ongoing disputes -- the Karen-led insurgency in Myanmar and the effective collapse of civil order in Papua New Guinea -- have the potential to spill over into neighboring territories and thus require the intervention of regional or global peacekeepers.

Although Myanmar has been a member…. [read more]

Conflict Resolution and Post Conflict Reconstruction in the International System Thesis

… International Relations

Conflict Resolution and Post-Conflict Resolution in the International System

Conflict is a fact of international relations. States make war on each other and, factions within states disturb internal order. Prior to 1945, the victorious party usually destroyed, punished, or absorbed the loser. Empires were created and dismantled. Civil wars ended in the assumption of control by a particular group. The vanquished lost their freedom or struggled to pay indemnities and tributes. Yet the destruction wrought by war can have lasting consequences. As World War II demonstrated, it is often better to build up ones former rivals than to leave them to cope with the aftermath of conflict. Catastrophic destruction and displacement can breed further conflict. Resentments stir popular movements. The aggrieved parties become…. [read more]

Soviet Afghan War Conflict Analysis Thesis

… Soviet-Afgan War Conflict Analysis


The objective of this work is to analyze the Soviet-Afghan War that lasted from 1978 to 1989. At focus in this study is that in this particular conflict the capable Soviet military invaded a powerless Afghanistan in support of the Marxist People's Democratic Party of Afghanistan in their battle against the Mujahedeen, a grassroots militia resistance force.

Despite the well-armed troops and superior technology employed by the Russians, in the form of tanks and helicopters, the Mujahedeen was victorious in a long and bloody war of attrition. This was in no small part to intelligence and arms provided to the Mujahedeen by the U.S. After the defeat of the Russians was achieved, the U.S. turned…. [read more]

History of Pakistan and India Term Paper

… The League' won 76% of the vote for reserved Muslim seats, but still partition was not inevitable. However, the British were forced to leave by a huge rebellion from the end of 1945 to 1946 that surpassed even the Quit India Movement.

In 1945 the British authorities put on trial Indian National Army prisoners who were Hindu, a Muslim and a Sikh together for the first trial. This led to country wide protests with massive inter-communal unity, especially in Calcutta where strikes and riots went on for months.

The British cabinet was convinced that India must be surrendered now, especially with the changing economic and international situation and the Second World War. Towards the end of the war Britain was in debt to India -…. [read more]

Conflict Resolution History of the Dispute Term Paper

… Conflict Resolution

History of the Dispute Resolution Movement

Reasons to Employ Conflict Resolution

Conflict Resolution

Types of Conflict



New Trends in Conflict Resolution

Alternative Dispute Resolution

The Future of Conflict Resolution

Conflict resolution is, in its simplest form an attempt by two or more parties to reach and agreement that meets the needs of all parties, without excluding the voice of either and within the range of the ability of both parties to compromise in the face of any given conflict.

The trend toward settling disputes on every level is moving in the clear direction of conflict resolution as a first and/or even last resort, as a result of the desire of many individuals and entities to clearly outline the nature of the…. [read more]

Arab-Israeli Conflict and the Peace Process Term Paper

… ¶ … Arab-Israeli Conflict. Specifically it will discuss diplomacy regarding the Arab-Israeli conflict during the period December 1968 - September 1973. The Arab-Israeli Conflict has been an ongoing dispute regarding the creation of the Israeli state after World War II in 1948, but it really began much before that occurrence. In reality, the Arab-Israeli Conflict began with an upsurge of Jewish immigrants to Palestine in the early 20th century, and there have been tensions betweens Arabs and Israelis in the region since then. There were many attempts at diplomacy in the years between the Six-Day War and the Yom Kippur War, but both sides had their own very strict agendas, and ultimately, even participation by the world's superpowers, Russia and the United States, could not…. [read more]

Kashmir Dispute Term Paper

… ¶ … Realism: Kashmira

L. Jones

The Kashmir Issue:

realist perspective

Whenever one tries to understand a controversial issue of any kind, it is important to consider the core issues at hand. After all, by definition any controversial issue is made up of at least two opposing sides, each with some pretty convincing arguments. If this were not the case, the issue certainly would not fit into the controversial category. However, it is a grave mistake to imagine that one's examination and interpretation of the issue, even if one is solidly outside of the fray and supposedly unbiased on the matter, is free from the possible taint of errors of reasoning or perspective. This is because matters of fact, truth, and right are hardly as…. [read more]

Arab-Israeli Conflict the Genesis Research Proposal

… Arab-Israeli Conflict

The genesis of the Arab-Israeli conflict predated the 1948 creation of the modern state of Israel. Ottoman colonialism had scarred the Middle East for centuries. During World War One, French and especially British intervention in the region exacerbated an already heated conflict between Arabs and Jews in Palestinian region. The political trend toward nationalism also encouraged the Zionist ideology.

Zionism began as a loosely organized grassroots movement in Europe during the late nineteenth century that encouraged Jews in Diaspora to claim a homeland territory in Palestine. Zionism was not a universal theme among Jews, and in fact many Jews living in Palestine and abroad opposed the creation of a modern Israeli nation-state (Beinin & Hajjar). The primary impetus of Zionism was to create…. [read more]

Canada Iran Diplomatic Conflict Research Paper

… Canada-Iran

On September 7, 2012, Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird announced that the country was closing its embassy in Tehran, and the Iranian embassy in Ottawa. The move signified a cessation of the ties between Canada and Iran, and was the culmination of a steady deterioration in relations between the two countries over the course of the last decade. The conflict is rooted in a number of issues, and at present there are significant pragmatic and ideological issues between the two nations that make it difficult to foresee a resolution to this diplomatic conflict at any point in the near future. This paper will outline the nature of the conflict and those impediments to resolution.

History of the Conflict

In general, the relationship between Iran…. [read more]

Arab-Israeli Conflict Tensions Between Israel and Palestinians Term Paper

… Arab-Israeli Conflict

Tensions between Israel and Palestinians have been of great concern to the rest of the world ever since they began, in 1947. In that year, Great Britain, who governed the area as a protectorate and with the approval of the United Nations (Bennis, 1997), partitioned the land so that both Palestinians and Israelis could live in what was then called Palestine. This action was taken as a response to the Holocaust of World War II. World powers felt that Jewish people needed a homeland, and some Jews had been quietly moving to Palestine for some years. These "Zionists" believed they had an historical claim to the land, but the Palestinians currently living there viewed it as theirs, and they had been there for…. [read more]

Ethnic Conflict Why Is Nationalism Relevant Research Paper

… Ethnic Conflict

Why is nationalism relevant to the experience of ethnic conflict? What are the main points Perlmutter highlights about nationalism and ethnic conflict? Which emotions does Moisi identify with specific regions of the world in his clash of emotions analysis?

There are mainly two forms of nationalism that states throughout the world have adopted. The first is civic nationalism that refers to viewing all citizens of a state as members of one nation. The United States is a prime example of a country that exhibits civic nationalism. The second is ethnic nationalism that is based on ethnicity. An example of a country exhibiting ethnic nationalism would be Turkey where the state has identified ethnic Kurds as Turks for the last eighty years, and this…. [read more]

History of Canadian Labour: The Gains Term Paper

… History Of Canadian Labour: The Gains and Changes of the Working Class And Labour Movement Has

Made Between 1940 And 1975

The objective of this work is to analyze the extent to which workers made gains, and the ways in which the working class and labor movement changed between 1940 and 1975. This work will discuss the origins of the post-war collective bargaining system, the steel strike of 1946, the labor movement in Quebec, ethnically split labor markets, immigrant working women, civil service organizing, the postal strike of 1965, and the generational conflict in the labor movement of the 1960s.


The work of MacDowell (1987) entitled: "The Formation of Canadian Industrial Relations System During World War Two"…. [read more]

Conflict Management Methods to Enhance Group and Team Performance Term Paper

… Conflict Management Methods to Enhance Group and Team Performance

Ferrari in conflict

When we talk about the Ferrari brand, we indirectly think of powerful cars, of a brand which became a legend and of course of Michael Schumacher. Still, Ferrari is more that that: it is an Italian sports car manufacturer with a very long history. It was founded by Enzo Ferrari in 1929, being named Scuderia Ferrari, with the intention of sponsoring drivers and manufactured race cars. Later on, in 1947, it started producing legal cars, under the name of Ferrari S.p.A.

Ferrari's cars are among the most desirable of vehicles to own and drive, and are one of the ultimate status symbols of wealth in the world. Throughout its history, the company has…. [read more]

Western Sahara Conflict Research Proposal

… Western Sahara Conflict

In the early years of civilization in the Western Saharan regions, civilizations used trade and exchange of services as a means by which to maintain the peace, and to meet the economic and social needs of their expanding civilizations. The Western Sahara was, then, and is today rich in minerals and other resources, not the least of which is oil. For the past thirty years, there has not bee peace in the region, largely because of the natural resources that are worth billions of dollars. The aid that has been sent to the region to assist those people of all nationalities who have become caught up in the violence and greed of the area's leaders, has been embezzled, and it is one…. [read more]

Dispute Resolution Process Term Paper

… ¶ … resolution model. The writer explores a viable model for dispute resolution and provides the details of that process in this paper. The writer illustrates decision making, power of those involved, low cost for the process and how it will be effective for those that use the model. There were three sources used to complete this paper.

Grievance Procedure Model

Companies of all types and sizes have to deal with problems. Whether it is an employee that becomes disgruntled because he did not get the raise he believed he deserved, or it is an entire department filing a complaint over the lack of a lunch room table, companies that are open are companies that have complaints within them. For any company to run smoothly…. [read more]

Personal Reflections in Conflict Resolution Essay

… Personal Reflections in Conflict Resolution

The Critical Importance of Conflict Resolution in the Workplace

In many respects, interpersonal conflict is inevitable in the modern workplace. All of us experience various pressures and difficulties on the job as well as myriad external factors that we cannot help but allow to affect our moods and outlooks and the way we respond to stress. Whereas conflicts of various types and degrees are inevitable, the degree to which they affect our individual performance, that of our teams and business units and, ultimately, our organization differ tremendously based on how well we implement strategies to resolve conflicts after they occur.

In principle, the difference between employees and teams that overcome conflicts in the workplace and those who do not seems…. [read more]

NAFTA vs. The EU Essay

… S.

How globalization via trade blocs has impacted political and economic systems. Additionally, state why America plays such an important role within global, political, and economic structures in the 21st century

America remains an important regional actor, as manifest by its continued political dominance in its own hemisphere and the impact its economy has had worldwide in the wake of the credit crisis. Even with the dominating EU, the European Union's nations have felt the impact of the financial instruments generated in America. American fiscal responsibility at home is necessary for the security of the world global economy.


2000-today: A decade of further expansion. (2011). Europa. Retrieved July 19, 2011 at

EU. (2011). CIA Fact Book. Retrieved July 19, 2011 at

EU…. [read more]

History of Espionage Class Reading Essay

… History Of Espionage Class Reading Study Guides

Jeffrey Burds, Chapter 19 of World of the Shadows: An International History of Espionage (The Golden Age of Soviet "Illegals")

This chapter opens with a quote from Stalin, who in 1937 questioned the prevailing belief that bourgeoisie states would refrain from sending "spies, wreckers, saboteurs and assassins" into socialist states.

Chapter 19 then moves to a discussion of the so-called "Cambridge Five," a group of five British nationals who spied for the Soviets during WWII.

Donald Maclean (1915-1983), Foreign Office secretary, Paris, Washington, Cairo, London.

Guy Francis de Moncy Burgess (1910-1963), BBC broadcaster, agent in MI6, secretary to Deputy Foreign Minister

Harold Adrian Russell ("Kim") Philby (1912-1988), journalist, agent in MI6, "The Third Man"

Anthony F. Blunt (1907-1983),…. [read more]

History of Habeas Corpus Term Paper

… "

Taney refused to abide with request and ordered the general to appear in court, escorted by a marshal. The marshal, however, was not allowed entrance to the fort and was told "that there was no answer to my card (Kleinfeld, 24)," upon which an opinion was issued by Taney.

The suspension of habeas corpus was condemned by Taney.

Chief Justice Taney also denounced "the authorization of a military officer to suspend it according to his judgment, and the martial law that Lincoln created by ignoring the Bill of Rights' protection for a 'person not subject to the rules and articles of war' (Kleinfeld, 24)."

The strongest argument offered by Taney was that President Lincoln exercised a power not given to him by the Constitution,…. [read more]

Sources and Causes of Conflicts in Sudan Term Paper

… Sudan Conflict brief history of Sudan as a nation includes aspects of colonialism that are evident in the histories of many other nations. Outside interests from both Britain and Egypt dominated Sudan's early modern history, with emphasis on exterior rather than internal gain. The resolution of enduring conflicts, such as those of the north of Sudan and its southern interests and ideologies were frequently ignored in the interest of Egyptian and British profit and political gain rather than Sudanese unification.

These enduring regional differences paved the way for modern conflicts of ideology, faith, centralization, nationalism and even in some cases the enduring idea of a desire for a unified pan-Islamic nation. Economic developments of Sudan were ignored in the interests of external desires, for nearly…. [read more]

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