ISS 315 - OUTLINE CONFLICTS AND TERRORISM 5 THEORETICAL...

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OUTLINE CONFLICTS AND TERRORISM 5 THEORETICAL DISCUSSION 6 INTERNATIONAL CONFLICTS 7 8 INTERNAL CONFLICTS 9 D. WHY CONFLICTS AND WARS? 10 BENEFICIARIES OF WARS AND CONFLICTS 11 F. SOCIO-ECONOMIC COST OF CONFLICTS AND WARS A. THEORETICAL DISCUSSION 1. WHAT IS CONFLICT? 12 Competition between individuals for a resource 13 2. WHAT IS WAR? 14 Physical fighting between individuals for a resource 3. WHAT IS TERRORISM? 15 VIOLENCE OR THREAT OF VIOLENCE BY AN INDIVIDUAL OR A GROUP AS A POLITICAL STRATEGY 1. INDIVIDUAL LEVEL 2. STATE LEVEL 16 17 B. INTERNATIONAL CONFLICTS (WARS) 18 People from other countries fighting each other 19 1. WARS IN ANCIENT TIMES 20 2. WORLD WAR I 21 3. WORLD WAR 2 22 4. KOREA 23 5. VIETNAM 24 6. INDIA AND PAKISTAN 25 7. ISRAEL AND ARABS 26 8. PERSIAN GULF 27
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C. INTERNAL CONFLICTS People in the same country fight each other 28 SOMALIA 29 RWANDA 30 ALGERIA 31 SRI LANKA 32 INDIA 33 PAKISTAN 34 BOSNIA 35 IRELAND 36 ??????? D. WHY CONFLICTS? 1. POLITICAL REASONS 37 POLITICAL DIFFERENCES PARTY DICTATORSHIP ARMY GOVERNMENT MONARCHY II. DIFFUSION OF POWER III. GRASS-ROOTS LEVEL
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This note was uploaded on 10/14/2008 for the course ISS 315 taught by Professor Hussain during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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ISS 315 - OUTLINE CONFLICTS AND TERRORISM 5 THEORETICAL...

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