Thesis title: Why are we running? Political economy of bank runs and an analysis on Political economy of bank runs and an analysis on the 2007-2009 banking crisis in the United Kingdom.
Bremner, Davin Ledrich (2006) Human needs and problem solving approaches to creating social structures: Action research on conflict resolution in Georgia, 2000-2002. PhD thesis, London School of Economics and Political Science (United Kingdom).
Voices of war: Conflict and the role of the media 5 Part One Part One Conflict, the modern world and the media Conflict is one of the defining features of the modern world. Since the end of the Cold War there have been countless conflicts that have involved the deaths of millions of people and the suffering and displacement of millions more. It.
Schuz, Rhona G (1994) Conflicts between choice of law rules and recognition of judgments rules in private international law with particular reference to cases involving determination of status. PhD thesis, London School of Economics and Political Science (United Kingdom).
As the resource related conflict in the Niger Delta area of Nigeria escalates at a furious pace, it is becoming clear that traditional means of dispute resolution (such as litigation and violence) are no longer applicable. Research has also shown that no method of dispute resolution can be efficient, equitable and administratively practicable without the collective effort of all parties.
This paper is a review of conflict management styles and conflict resolution from the managers and supervisors' point of view. Conflict is an inevitable fact for any organization. Leaders should.
Page 3 of 13 On NATO: Foundation The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)2 was founded on April 4, 1949 with the Washington Treaty3 and is consisted of 28 member states from North America and Europe. The origins of the Alliance are identified in the East-Soviet bloc.
Conflict Resolution Introduction Conflict is a situation between at least two interdependent parties that is characterized by perceived differences and that the parties evaluate as negative. This often results in negative emotional states and behaviors intended to prevail.
This publication is part of the journey that was initiated by the author in 1999 when he started pursuing higher studies. The idea was to finally be part of the learned group in the society with a view to contribute in the governance system through.
Organization: Zimbabwe Women Lawyers Association (ZWLA, member of the Women’s Coalition of Zimbabwe, WCoZ). Title: Assessing the Efficacy of the Participation and Strategies of Engagement of the Women’s Coalition in Post-Conflict Transformation in Zimbabwe Over the past decade, the deterioration in Zimbabwe’s governance and security landscape has been accompanied by an increasing.
Conflict Resolution and Peace Building in Africa: 2.1. Conflict Resolution: Processes of conflict resolution in Africa are characterised by three dimensions which include the nature of conflicts, conflict resolution mechanisms and the outcome of such mechanisms. In understanding the nature of conflicts, first there is need to identify types of conflicts. There have been different ways of.
Conflict Resolution in Africa - The Case of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) - Marvin Ankrah - Master's Thesis - Politics - International Politics - Region: Africa - Publish your bachelor's or master's thesis, dissertation, term paper or essay.
African Military Intervention in African Conflicts: An Analysis of Military Intervention in Rwanda, the DRC and. Centre for Conflict Resolution in Cape Town, South Africa respectively. The contribution of this work would have been inadequate without the proficient guidance of my promoter Professor Lisa Thompson, The Director of the Centre for Southern African Studies (CSAS), School of.
Interrogating the Zimbabwean Traditional Jurisprudence and the Position of Women in Conflict Resolution. A Case of the Shona Tribes in Muzarabani District. Monica Matavire Lecturer in Citizenship and Conflict Transformation Bindura University of Science Education Zimbabwe Abstract This article describes the Zimbabwean traditional jurisprudence in relation to conflict resolution. The study is.
KEY DETERMINANTS OF CONFLICT BETWEEN PEOPLE AND WILDLIFE, PARTICULARLY LARGE CARNIVORES, AROUND RUAHA NATIONAL PARK, TANZANIA. Amelia Jane Dickman. PhD Thesis. University College London (UCL) and. Institute of Zoology, Zoological Society of London. 2008. 1.
Conflict resolution is the process of reaching an agreement between the parties which are having a conflict or it is a process of reaching a consensus and improve the cooperation between the conflicting parties, conflict resolution is a way to overcome the problems of conflict. Conflict resolution includes strategies that help in handling the disputes between the conflicting parties. A given.
Another reason for the increasing ownership of primary responsibility towards conflict resolution in Africa by African institutions is the disillusionment with “Western interventions”, double standards and the conditions that come with such. In addition, the reality is that collaboration, cooperation and concerted efforts are critical for.
The democratic transformation process in both countries is not yet complete. The significance of ethnic conflict management in Africa is underlined by the continent's underdevelopment and weak economic growth. This points to the need for a change in the continent's approach to conflict management. Peace in Africa is not the absence of war, but.
Publications and Resources Ten years of research into state fragility This page lists the outputs from the Crisis States Programme including journal articles, books, working papers, special reports and policy briefs, as well as public events that took place at LSE.