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In post-conflict reconstruction there are many tasks that need to be accomplished. Immediate,
medium‐term, and long-term priorities need addressed by multiple national and international
stakeholders, all wanting their interests satisfied. This situation poses a question “what are the
most urgent priorities in post-conflict rec…[Read more]
How Changes in the Nature and Conduct of Warfare Since the End of the Cold War Affected the Relevance and Applicability of International Humanitarian Law. The end of the Cold War dramatically changed the focus of world politics, the Geneva Conferences, the nature and conduct of warfare and the relevance of international humanitarian law. The rise…[Read more]
Conflict is inevitable in any human or organizational activity but in our planning strategies and preparation we can miss planning for this portion as we plan for the actual mission, assignment or task. However, preparing for manage conflict in advance pays dividends in the long run. As leaders we can and should spend time to consider how we…[Read more]