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i have read a lot about intractable conflicts, but the more i read the more am convinced that conflicts are tractable. It takes bold steps,strategy and time to pacify things. with relation to rwandan conflict, what is your take on the tractability of israel-palestine conflict?See More
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i am currently a student at the Australian National University, attached with the Peace Research Institute of Oslo.
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kenya
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norway
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master of international affairs; peace and conflict studies
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Swahili
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Posted on November 20, 2011 at 4:51am 0 Comments

i have read a lot about intractable conflicts, but the more i read the more am convinced that conflicts are tractable. It takes bold steps,strategy and time to pacify things. with relation to rwandan conflict, what is your take on the tractability of israel-palestine conflict?

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At 2:09pm on November 20, 2011, Abdirashid Hussein said…

Hi Lucy. Welcome to the PCDN and am sure you will benefit a lot by exchanging ideas and theories as well becoming a contributor. Discussions are quite enriching to say the least.  Intractable conflicts assume a life of their own and are quite often regenerating itself, never ending. The option is managing such conflicts through various means.

 
 
 

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