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An algorithm is proposed to detect conflict rules. both the specific factors (even the factor specific to the protected sector(s)) might lose and the mobile factor gains unambiguously

An algorithm is proposed to detect conflict rules. both the specific factors (even the factor specific to the protected sector(s)) might lose and the mobile factor gains unambiguously. Both these cases are in stark conflict with the conventional wisdom associated with the specific factors model.

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Conflict Prevention and Management in Northeast Asia: The Korean . All rights for this book reserved In sum, conflict management and conflict resolution are different concepts, but at the same time closely interrelated.

This book first published 2010. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. All rights for this book reserved. ISBN (10): 1-4438-2064-4, ISBN (13): 978-1-4438-2064-6. In sum, conflict management and conflict resolution are different concepts, but at the same time closely interrelated.

Paper to the Conference: Comparing Different Approaches to Conflict Prevention and Management: Korean Peninsula and the Taiwan Strait, organized by the Program for Contemporary Silk Road Studies at Uppsala University, Stockholm, 16-17 December, 2005. A Regional Approach to Conflict Prevention and Management Björn Hettne and Fredrik Söderbaum. Abstract This paper deals with the usefulness of a regional approach to conflict prevention and management, theoretically as well as empirically.

Niklas Swanstrom, Sofia K. Ledberg, Alec Forss

Niklas Swanstrom, Sofia K. Ledberg, Alec Forss. The consequences of any escalation of these two conflicts and the difficulties in resolving them necessitate a fresh look at designing new strategies to prevent and contain conflict as well as highlighting the limitations of existing measures.

One can discern three different approaches. First, historical legacies have always played a critical role in the formulation of China’s policy calculations and the Korea and Taiwan issues are no exception. I call this the history-embedded perspective

One can discern three different approaches. I call this the history-embedded perspective. Second, with the recent rise of China’s economic and political might, nationalism in China has correspondingly been on the rise. National interests have been further prioritized over ideological considerations. This approach can be called national interest-driven foreign policy.

the Korean Peninsula and in the Taiwan Strait. Presenting both a theoretical and practical examination of conflict prevention and management, the volume provides a comparative analysis of the Korean Peninsula and the Taiwan Strait-identifying lessons that could be transferred between the two cases but also the obstacles to this. The experiences of other.

Conflict, Conflict Prevention and Conflict Management and beyond: a conceptual exploration

Conflict, Conflict Prevention and Conflict Management and beyond: a conceptual exploration. general and NGO approaches to third-party mediation in conflict situations; regional conflict management approaches in East Asia; and third-party interventions in the context of Beijing-Taipei. The volume examines third-party mediation experiences from both theoretical and perspectives, arguing that mediation is of great significance for regional peace and stability in East Asia, with a focus on the important case of Taiwan-China.



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