Armed conflicts in the recent past have been at the back of escalating living costs, which are affecting human well-being. This is through the measures in health spending, per capita income, political system type, income distribution inequality, women’s education, and urbanization. This has negatively affected human development. The US has numerous target attacks in the Northwest of Pakistan as from 2004 using drones, which are aerial vehicles that are unmanned. They are C. I. A. Controlled to attack targets Tribal Areas that are Federally Administered along the border of Afghan.Purpose statement
This brings the understanding of the underlying costs, behind armed conflicts, thereby shedding light on the need to embrace peaceful tactics in conflict resolution. At long run, ensuring human well-being, which brings together rivals to take pleasure in social relations that are good, security, property ownership rights, health and the choice freedom.
Through my work, the need to sustain a better social relation amongst the conflicting rivals is viable. This is by creating an awareness, as a proactive advocacy tool, towards conflict resolution, sensitizing the importance of enjoying a peaceful environment.I. Problem background The need for understanding and put into account costs related to political violence has not been a simple task. This has been of critical need to measure, as it affects human development indirectly. This may include; battle- deaths, armed conflicts, and deaths resulting from genocides and politically motivated killings. However, solely relying on them, are risks distorting and trivializing, as war impacts truly on societies.
Through a great research on the firsthand causes of war, international wars have been few. However, there has been a civil war decline in the past two decades, with the reasons being democracy, reduced poverty, low ethnic discrimination, end of the Cold War, among other reasons that could include; the existence of partnerships that watch over the need for peace, including the United Nations.
Considering this factor, will, therefore, safeguard and expand people’s vital freedoms. This is by shielding societies from severe threats, by empowering them on taking charge of their lives. To a better extent, these need to integrate into policies focusing on society’s survival, respect, and livelihood in downturn time in addition to in prosperity.II. Issues
In problem solving, theoretical frameworks have been critical. They enable identification of potential conflict underlying issues, classify them, and enable a better way of addressing them. This brings on board conflict experience and tactics used, producing residues that affect and change the parties involved. Primary issues that get to be behind conflicts could be ethnic or religious tensions, poverty, environmental degradation, hunger, and even political ambition. They tend to lead to destabilization and conflict, increasing the risk of conflict occurrence.
As an important issue in the problem, there is a need to embrace democracy, social equity, transparency, and accountability to curb conflict. In this problem, disease seems to be a less important issue. A case of this is the perception that HIV/ AIDS spread more in the occurrence of conflict. This might not be the case because, even in most peaceful nations in Africa, there are still escalated and accelerated HIV/AIDS infections. This puts the disease to be a lesser problem.III. Complicating factors
One of the major impediments in problem solving is psychological dynamics. This includes the stereotypes, sacrifice traps, and selective perceptions. This makes the process of conflict resolution to be a bit complex.
Failed democratization, neocolonialism, low State capacity in terms of economic development levels and the risk of war to ethnic conflict and discrimination would be, one of the minor reasons that make it difficult to solve the problem. After the occurrence of conflict, lasting solutions are vital. This calls for post-conflict peace building, entailing the components of justice and peace aspect. Therefore, retributive and redistributive forms of justice are to be means of ensuring the understanding of the potential consequences resulting from a past conflict. This acts as a platform for dissemination, education, and capacity building for both conflicts-involved parties.IV. Possible solution
Although complicating factors are a challenge to conflict resolution process, analyzing them diagnostically by relating them to the actors, and their dynamics ensures a comprehensive conflict resolution mechanism. This determines the suitable approach to address the conflict, cutting down the anticipated cost of the opening room for all parties’ participation in airing their grievances.VI. Outcomes anticipated
Embracing the need for peace brings about long-term global and international trends. They are associated with reduced risks of international conflict including:
- Increase dramatically in the democracies number
- Economic interdependence increase
- Economic utility decline of war
- International institutions, growth
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