Types of Conflict
thing is to define the political developments The inter and intra-state
conflicts are two different subjects, let us start by defining the intra-State
conflict then the interstate conflict:
conflict is the most common form of conflict today.
reflected in the violence
and to the
geurres that our world lives today. In general, there is a type of conflict
between armed groups representing the state and one or more non-state groups.
conflict is a conflict between two or more states (the two members of the
international system), which use their respective national forces in the
Concequence of the
The widespread violence and
murder now affects nearly 60% of the countries. While conflict can be an
inherent and legitimate part of social and political life, in many places the
costs and consequences of violent conflict, extremism and state failure have
The causes of these conflicts
are complex and difficult to understand. In order to explain the causes of
conflict, it is necessary to examine the origins of conflict, to focus on
conflicting actions and to make a general analysis, as well as a micro-level
analysis, such as “conflict mapping”.
Although there are many causes of conflict,
there is a consensus on the need to put in place for the conflict to emerge.
fuel motives or reasons to participate in the violence;
that facilitate the mobilization and spread of violence;
found at the state and social capacity level to manage and respond to violence;
4) Regional or
Role of the NGOs
sector is the most effective tool for conflict solutions. they use several
methods to resolve a conflict, such as opening a dialogue between the two sides
of the conflict. Sometimes states also use NGOs as an instrument of
destabilization to spread their own opinions in civil society.
results and what has been achieved so far.
activities are activities that the United Nations has undertaken in recent
years for the maintenance of peace and can also help to end violence in the
short term. it is also likely to lead to lasting peace if it is not accompanied
by strategies to prevent the resumption of conflict. However, experience has
shown that in order to achieve lasting peace, progress must be made in at least
four critical areas:
the State’s capacity to provide security and maintain public order;
for human rights;
the emergence of legitimate political institutions and participatory processes;
recovery and social and economic development, including the safe return or
resettlement of internally displaced persons and refugees
The experiences of the past decade have shown
a successful evolution of United Nations peacekeeping operations.
of conflict is extremely complex, the character and impact of conflicts can
only be assessed in very general terms. We can be absolutely certain, however,
that conflicts will continue to be a serious problem for the global system.
There is no
visible and truly unthinkable development that would bring the vision of a
long-term change in the severity of inter-state conflicts to intra-state
conflicts is also becoming less important because of the growing
internationalization of these conflicts. But we can say that with the
strategies that NGOs run, things are getting better, but slowly.