Why Development AND Conflict   Leave a comment

UPDATED: Feb. 12, 2011

1) Humanly are innately prone to conflict.

2a) Populations of sub-cultures, tribes, religions, etc. live side-by-side, thus more or less sharing a similar culture and environment.

2b) These populations therefore share common frictions.

3) Societies in war-torn environments (either inter- or intra-state conflict) put all of their energies, funds, and resources toward the dispute

2) Collectively, societies cannot progress developmentally if they are in conflict

3) Thus, one must address conflict in order to focus (in the future) on societal development.

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Posted January 29, 2011 by Travis Warrington in Development

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