4 Tutorials that teach Intractable Conflict
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Intractable Conflict

Intractable Conflict

Author: Julie Tietz

At the end of this tutorial, the learner will understand the concept of intractable conflict.

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Terms to Know
  • Buffer State

    A country situated between two larger, more powerful countries; the existence of a buffer state is thought to reduce conflict opportunities between the two greater powers.

  • Cultural Worldview

    The way a person interprets and makes decisions about his or her environment (world), including beliefs and assumptions about what is considered right or normal.

  • Identity

    A person's sense of self; the way an individual defines himself or herself.

  • Intractable Conflict

    A conflict which has a long history, in which the attitudes, positions, and worldviews of involved parties have escalated or perpetuated conflict.

  • Sovereignty

    The established right of a recognized government to determine internal policy and law of its country.