Conflict prevention mechanism of the country failed to pick up the tell tale signs is indicative of failure of the state structure 139 electoral fraud poses a major challenge to democracy in nigeria and by. Conflict in south sudan and the challenges ahead congressional research service some accounts, the tgnu and the peace agreement on which it was based have collapsed, and. The roots of the israeli-arab conflict, planted in the ancient conflict of the seeds of abraham, have come full circle today abraham’s seed, isaac and ishmael have indeed fathered many nations, just as the lord promised long ago.
The current conflict in the niger delta first arose in the early 1990s over tensions between foreign oil corporations and a number of the niger delta's minority ethnic groups who feel they are being exploited, particularly the ogoni and the ijaw. In march 2013 an argument in a gold shop in meiktila in central myanmar led to violence between buddhists and muslims which left more than 40 people dead and entire further conflict is a risk. These models of violence as pathological conflict, whether addressing marital disputes or large-scale conflicts, focus attention on communication processes and the tensions between the internal constraints or “bonds” and “attachments” among individuals,. The present conflict within israel/palestine between the israeli state and palestinian arabs living in territories occupied by israel during the 1967 six day war is often pictured as mirroring a “sibling rivalry” that has been a part of biblical history for centuries.
An interdisciplinary field that analyzes the causes of war, violence, and systematic oppression, and explores processes by which conflict can be managed so as to maximize justice while minimizing violence. It is apparent that this conflict is a manifestation in nigeria of religiously oriented global-scale violence there are similarities between boko haram and other radical islamist groups like al-qaeda, al-shabaab, al-nusra and the is in terms of discourse and praxis. Violence and conflict are major themes in both antigone and the book of genesis antigone is laden with violent imagery countless arguments causing conflict between antigone and creon as well as creon and haemon and the blatant violence of the various murders and suicides present in the play. For example, the conflict in the sudan is an example of both horizontal inequality (with people in the south being heavily deprived) and powerful private gains that perpetuate the struggle 9 while environmental poverty has plausibly been an important factor in the conflict in rwanda, it does not seem to have been in the former yugoslavia. 2 usiporg • special report 359 •bout how might recent patterns of extremist violence—with ethno-religious implications—affect this election the question is framed in the context of broader patterns of religious identity and conflict that have plagued nigeria’s fourth republic.
Conflicts in the democratic republic of congo: causes, impact and implications for the great lakes region tionately from rape, while children have suffered more deprivation than the gener- 1. The causesof conflict in africa consultation document the causes of conflict in africa – consultation document – march 2001 5 conflict in africa particularly high levels of violence and abusethis resulted in massive displacement as well as social and economic distress 10. Contagion is the official journal of the colloquium on violence and religion, and international association of scholars who draw inspiration from rené girard's mimetic hypothesis on the relationship between violence and religion the genesis and maintenance of culture this journal attracts essays.
This course analyses a range of scholarly approaches to understanding conflict, violence and war in the post-cold war era distinctive themes and ideas in explanations for the sources of conflict, violence and war will be identified in order to develop effective strategies for responding to the. Conflict between neighbouring states in the era of globalisation where, conflicts are often perceived as being internal, the eritrea-ethiopia border conflict challenged this aspect of wars with a return to conventional war of inter-states conflict. This thematic cluster of essays, titled “gendered violence: continuities and transformation in the aftermath of conflict in africa,” focuses on the continuities between regimes of violence during organized political conflict and persisting violence against women in the postconflict era of democratic governance. A detailed analysis of conflict theories namely enemy system theory, ethnic conflict theory, protracted conflict theory, walker connor’s ethno-nationalism theory and donald horowitz’s and terrill northup’s theses, brings out a clear theoretical explanation for the violence in tripura.
In 1990, a group of scholars founded the colloquium on violence and religion (cov&r) with a goal to explore, criticize, and develop the mimetic model of the relationship between violence and religion in the genesis and maintenance of culture. This conflict has been highlighted throughout the bible starting in the book of genesis and continues to this day [genesis 3:15] 1,2,3 the return is near: strategic insights into the most important moment in history. History: conflict in the plateau state, nigeria political, economic and religious violence left over 12,500 people dead, 150,000 displaced and millions of livelihoods disrupted since 2001 militancy, radicalism and recruitment into gangs and involved in violent crime are on the rise. After all, warfare and violence have always been a feature of political life, and yet we alone drew the conclusion that separating the church from the state was a prerequisite for peace.