Dialogue is a neglected tool in Conflict Resolution

Dialogue is a neglected tool in Conflict Resolution

Norwegian Steinar Bryn has worked with dialogue as a tool in international conflict resolution for more than 20 years. In this article, RIKO seeks to learn from his experience.
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THE FROZEN CONFLICT: TRANSNISTRIA ON THE EDGE OF GAINING INDEPENDENCE?

THE FROZEN CONFLICT: TRANSNISTRIA ON THE EDGE OF GAINING INDEPENDENCE?

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State Sovereignty and the Self-determination of the people

State Sovereignty and the Self-determination of the people

Sweden has recognised Palestine, the Scotsmen recently went to the polls, the Catalonians calls for secession from Spain, and an independent Kurdistan is becoming more of a reality. Recognition of autonomous areas and de facto independent states is often presented as morally right and something we should strive for.… læs mere!
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Comment: Why are wars and conflicts not solved through a process of negotiations?

Comment: Why are wars and conflicts not solved through a process of negotiations?

The Middle East is experiencing enormous changes of sectarian and power-related character. The West should not line up militarily behind certain directions because then we will become a part of the conflicts, and it will only result in terrorism in Europe and USA.… læs mere!
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Is BRICS's New Development Bank one step closer towards a new world order?

Is BRICS’s New Development Bank one step closer towards a new world order?

2014 is the year where the International Monetary Fond and the World Bank turns 70 years. It is simultaneously the year where the BRICS countries have decided to establish a new development bank.  By Nina Holst In April this year the Danish newspaper Jyllandsposten published an article with the following headline: “The West is holding on to the power in the Monetary Fond”.… læs mere!
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