Since the end of the Cold War, the nature of conflict has changed. The most violent and persistent conflicts are intrastate conflicts. They are carried out or fought between different groups within one country, rather than between different countries, and typically have their root causes in ethnic, religious or linguistic diversity as well as legacies of oppression and marginalization. The changed nature of conflicts necessitates new forms of conflict resolution and peace-making. During the Seminar “Federalism and Conflict Resolution”, we will first explore the links between federalism and internal conflict resolution and then study the federalism debates and constitution making processes currently going on in Syria.
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Registrations for this Seminar are accepted until 12 March 2021 (email@example.com).
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