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Barriers to Peace: Picked Afghanistan

In this paper, you are required to prepare a report on the Barriers to Peace choosing either Afghanistan or Arab-Israeli conflict, you are to explain the necessary measures that should be taken to resolve these conflict and discuss if these steps are realistic in light of the current power structure in each region and globally.

Barriers to Peace: Picked Afghanistan

Tough Cases: The Arab-Israeli Conflict and Afghanistan
 

 

Choosing either Afghanistan or the Arab-Israeli conflict, what steps would you consider necessary for this conflict to be resolved? Are such steps realistic in light of the current power structure in each region and globally?

Reading & Resources:

Video:

Senator George Mitchell has been actively involved in negotiating solutions to some of the worlds most enduring conflicts. In the following video given at the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice, Sen. Mitchell recounts many of his experiences.
Choosing either Afghanistan or the Arab-Israeli conflict, what steps would you consider necessary for this conflict to be resolved? Are such steps realistic in light of the current power structure in each region and globally?
Reading & Resources:
Video:
Senator George Mitchell has been actively involved in negotiating solutions to some of the worlds most enduring conflicts. In the following video given at the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice, Sen. Mitchell recounts many of his experiences.

“Negotiating in Business, Politics and Peace” (Transcript available through closed captioning)
Reading:
Gheciu, Alexandra. 2011. Divided partners: the challenges of NATO-NGO cooperation in peacebuilding operations. Global Governance 17: 95-113.
Goetschel, Laurent, and Tobias Hagmann. 2009. Civilian peacebuilding: peace by bureaucratic means? Conflict, Security & Development 9, no. 1: 55-73.
Rubin, Barry. 2012. Is the peace process dead? Middle East Review of International Affairs 16, no. 2: 30-36.

Weinbaun, Marvin G. 2006. Afghanistan and its neighbors: an ever dangerous neighborhood. United States Institute of Peace.
The BBC has an excellent site for more information on the Arab-Israeli conflict.


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