International Conflict Resolution This paper examines an overview of international conflict resolution, theoretical frameworks, and case studies to explain critical implications and behaviors of international organizations and individuals who engage in peace-keeping matters on a global level. Human rights violations evidently have been the continued cause behind peacekeeping efforts in the protection and safe guarding of citizens rights in many countries. Burton (1991) defines conflict resolution as: Terminating conflict by methods that are analytical and that get to the root of the problem. Conflict resolution, as opposed to mere management or “settlement,” points to an outcome that in the view of the parties involved is a permanent...The end:
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