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Protracted conflicts belong to the most complex and controversial issues of the contemporary international security in Europe, both from a practical and from a research perspective. Conflicts of this kind in the post-Soviet space compose an especially acute problem. The article argues that in order to resolve them it is necessary not only to choose appropriate political and peacekeeping tools, but also to find adequate research tools. This requires to start primarily with a study of theoretical foundations. Although this topic is analyzed in a large number of works, theoretical approaches in the study of protracted conflicts are applied not deep and not wide enough.
The Management Of Protracted Social Conflict: Theory And Cases
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South Sudan: The dilemma of a protracted social conflict
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National Library of Australia. Search the catalogue for collection items held by the National Library of Australia. Azar, Edward E. The management of protracted social conflict : theory and cases. Aldershot, Hampshire, England : Brookfield, Vt.
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Contemporary conflicts, asymmetric conflicts, or New Wars as they are now called differ in nature and context from earlier, traditional, or Old Wars. As a result, the effects of these New Wars on women have also altered in various ways. However, when we say that women are suffering in conflicts nowadays, it does not negate their suffering in earlier or traditional wars.