The changing nature of conflict and the increase in intrastate
conflict during the 1990s, followed by its slow decline since the
turn of the century, have led to changing priorities in the field
of conflict resolution. No longer is the international community
solely concerned with resolving existing conflicts; it also is
managing emerging conflicts to ensure that they do not flare into
violent conflict. This book outlines some of the strategies
parliaments and parliamentarians can adopt to reduce the incidence
of conflict and effectively manage conflict when it does emerge. It
is hoped that by developing a better understanding of the nexus
between parliament, poverty, and conflict parliamentarians will be
more aware of the array of options open to them as they seek to
contribute to conflict management in conflict-affected societies.
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